Do courts provide interpreters for non-English speakers?

At all critical stages of a case, a judge will appoint an interpreter to translate for defendants (and often victims as well) who have substantial difficulty speaking and understanding English. The law that applies in federal court is commonly called the Court Interpreters Act, 28 U.S.C. §â

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