Do Vermont Criminal Courts Offer Interpreter Services?

Vermont criminal courts do offer interpreter services for any individuals who do not speak English.

All people have a right to access the programs and services of the Vermont courts. The Vermont criminal courts offer interpreter services in sign language and a variety of other languages through in person or over the phone interpretation.

The Judiciary provides interpreting and translating services at no cost. An interpreter converts spoken words or words conveyed in sign language from one language to a different language. A translator converts text written in one language to text written in another language.

For more information about accessing interpreter or translation services please contact the Vermont Judiciary.

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