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What Does a Court Interpreter Do?
A court interpreter is a person who is fluent in at least one language other than English for which there is a need in the courts.
How Does Someone Become A Court Interpreter?
Generally, interpreters for the courts are not employees of the court the way court clerks and court reporters are. They are independent contractors who are paid only when they are hired for a specific assignment and are paid on a daily, or per diem, basis. Requirements to be a court certified interpreter include:
More information on becoming an interpreter is available at: