Va. Courts’ Use of Interpreters Triples in Six Years

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The Viginian-Pilot reports that in 2003, 44,610 people who didn’t speak English needed interpreters for court cases in Virginia, compared to 14,689 cases six years ago. “The language we most need an interpreter for is Spanish,’’ said Chesapeake Chief General District Court Judge Colon Whitehurst. “But I’ve personally had a case last fall where the
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