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Holly Mikkelson

1998

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The Court Interpreter As Guarantor Of Defendant Rights, Holly Mikkelson Nov 1998

The Court Interpreter As Guarantor Of Defendant Rights, Holly Mikkelson

Holly Mikkelson

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Awareness Of The Language Of The Law And The Preservation Of Register In The Training Of Legal Translators And Interpreters, Holly Mikkelson Jan 1998

Awareness Of The Language Of The Law And The Preservation Of Register In The Training Of Legal Translators And Interpreters, Holly Mikkelson

Holly Mikkelson

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Towards A Redefinition Of The Role Of The Court Interpreter, Holly Mikkelson Jan 1998

Towards A Redefinition Of The Role Of The Court Interpreter, Holly Mikkelson

Holly Mikkelson

Various federal and state statutes in the United States define the role of the court interpreter with clear and unequivocal rules. This definition is based on the underlying principles of the U.S. legal system, which is derived from the Anglo-Saxon common-law tradition. Consequently, the distinctive features of that system, including the jury trial and the concept of adversarial proceedings, make the function of the court interpreter quite different from that of his/her counterparts in other countries. In recent years, the judiciary has made an effort to enhance the public's access to the justice system, but at the ...


Verbatim Interpretation: An Oxymoron, Holly Mikkelson Jan 1998

Verbatim Interpretation: An Oxymoron, Holly Mikkelson

Holly Mikkelson

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