US Court Interpreting Rules & Regulations

US court interpreting guidelines vary from state to state.

In general, a legal interpreter must have the appropriate qualifications mandated by the state for the pertinent language. These qualifications may change depending on the legal setting.

Click on a state below to learn more about its court interpreting rules and regulations.

Do You Need a Certified Court Interpreter?

As demonstrated above, different states have different requirements for court interpreters and not every language offers certification, nor does every proceeding require it.

Legal Language can help you determine the best interpreter — certified or otherwise — to satisfy your legal needs in any US state or territory.

To speak with a representative and learn more about how we can assist you, please call (913) 341-3167 or submit an online inquiry.

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