Justice Melton answers questions from GLSP on language access in the courts

studies on the stereoselective synthesis of c-allyl glycosides Can a defendant in a civil case who cannot speak English effectively participate in her court case without a trained interpreter? Are courts required to provide trained interpreters? Can a judge summon a bilingual clerk to assist? follow url Georgia Legal Services Program bilingual attorney Jana J. Edmondson-Cooper recently interviewed Georgia Supreme Court Justice Harold D. Melton to work through some of those questions and discuss his passion for improving access to justice among those who speak limited or no English or have other communication challenges, such as hearing impairment. custom aquarium background paper Click below to see the entire interview in The Daily Report http://dig.csail.mit.edu/wiki/images/faq.php?toq=high-school-senior-thesis-ideas&how=6 PDF Justice Melton in DR

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