US Department of Justice clarifies state courts’ obligation to provide language interpreters and translators

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Soonthon LUPKITARO(Ph.D.)  Identity Verified
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Special domain of translation service Aug 21, 2010

Since it is required by law to do translation of evidences, many translators do badly quick jobs with no priority for quality of translation. This will achieve in demands of the courts but translation processes will be shortened and more translators do the same job at the same time. I am not sure how the project manager of such rush jobs will control consistency. And will the judges of those court understand translations well to do fair judgment on serious cases.

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Soonthon Lupkitaro


 


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