Answers to common questions about court interpreters.
Information for Spanish court interpreters who are registered and contracted to provide interpreting services in N.C. state courts.
In courtrooms, litigants and witnesses who speak more than 50 different languages need the services of court interpreters.
General questions or complaints about language access services in the courts.
Request for Spoken Foreign Language Court Interpreter.
Submit a complaint or concern about policies or practices related to language access services.
The North Carolina Judicial Branch is committed to removing barriers that hinder equal access to justice by individuals with limited English proficiency (LEP). This commitment serves the court’s interest in ensuring accurate communication in court proceedings, protecting the integrity of evidence, and providing language access policies, services, and resources that enhance the quality and availability of interpreting and translation services in North Carolina state courts. Fulfilling this commitment will require substantial time, effort, and resources, and the Judicial Branch is committed to taking all reasonable steps to provide meaningful access to its courts for all individuals, regardless of national origin, ethnicity or limited ability to read, write, speak, or understand English.