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Language Access Services

Language Access Services Overview

Our Mission Statement is to serve the court and community by providing meaningful language access assistance to the Limited English Proficient (LEP) court users and the hearing impaired, thereby ensuring the legitimacy of our system of justice and the trust and confidence of Californians in our courts

Interpreters for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Note: There are American Sign Language interpreters and real time captioning for parties and witnesses that are deaf or hard-of-hearing (or have another disability). The court will provide a sign language interpreter or court reporter for you or other accommodation you may need. You should file a Request for Accommodations by Persons with Disabilities form as soon as possible, but at least 5 days prior to the hearing. You can read more about this and complete the required form in the For Persons With Disabilities Requesting Accommodations section of this website.

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