A court interpreter going to the wrong court and delaying proceedings may be a thing of the past if a trial project in traditional trailblazer California takes off.
We previously covered how the state allocated a hefty USD 103m for court interpretation in its 2016–2017 state budget, and state officials are now looking to get more terp for their buck.
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