Interpreting services are being provided remotely.
When ready to hear the case, the Court will reach out to an interpreter via video or phone.

The Fifth Judicial Circuit is committed to providing qualified interpreters to Limited-English-Proficient persons (LEP) in order to eliminate communication barriers that may prevent full participation in court proceedings necessary to ensure due process and equal access to the courts.

Spoken Language Court Interpreters

To request a spoken language court interpreter, please fill out the form below:

Interpreter Language
If "Other" is chosen, please specify
Requestor's Contact Information
Case Information
Case Numberyour full name
If "Other" is chosen, please specify
If "Other" is chosen, please specify
Type of Casechoose one
Will a video or audio recording be presented at the hearing?

*Court interpreters do not interpret sound or video recordings* 

 *Video and audio recordings need to be transcribed and translated prior to the hearing* 

 *See AO A-2016-29-A, (#10 pages 3-4)

Date & Time Assistance is Needed
Dateof appointment

Specific Time of Hearing


Estimated Duration of Hearing

Durationof appointment
Mode of Hearing

*(Interpreting Services are being provided remotely)

Login Credentials (if you have one)
Location of Appearance
Courtroom Number
Presiding Judge

Requests received after 4:30pm will not be processed until the following business day. Please be cognizant of the time requirement when scheduling a court interpreter for your case: 2-3 days in advance for Spanish Language events and 7-10 days in advance for all other languages.

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