HMCTS Interpreting Reports

Court forced to use Google app in place of absent translator

East Anglian Daily Times   /   HMCTS Interpreting Reports   /   12 November 2021

An Ipswich court was forced to use a translation app to communicate with a defendant who speaks limited English after an interpreter failed to attend his sentencing hearing.

Court interpreter bookings complexity

UK Parliament   /   HMCTS Interpreting Reports   /   28 October 2021

To ask Her Majesty's Government how often each year between 2017 and 2020 interpreters were used in courts or tribunals in each of the following case categories, as specified by the Ministry of Justice's language services contract: (1) complex written, (2) complex, and (3) standard.

Judge criticises translation service after interpreter fails to attend

East Anglian Daily Times   /   HMCTS Interpreting Reports   /   08 September 2021

A frustrated judge has once again criticised a court translation service after another case at Ipswich Crown Court had to be adjourned because an interpreter failed to attend court.

Cannabis case delayed until June for Vietnamese interpreter

Telegraph & Argus   /   HMCTS Interpreting Reports   /   05 May 2021

A VIETNAMESE man charged with cannabis production three years ago has had his case adjourned until an interpreter is available.

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