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AP IX, Sec. 1 Authority, purpose, and scope

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes AnnotatedAdministrative Procedures of the Court of Justice

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated
Administrative Procedures of the Court of Justice
Part IX. Procedures for Appointment of Interpreters
Administrative Procedures, AP IX, Sec. 1
AP IX, Sec. 1 Authority, purpose, and scope
(1) These rules are adopted pursuant to the authority granted the Kentucky Supreme Court by:
(a) Section 116 of the Kentucky Constitution to prescribe rules for the appointment of court personnel and to promulgate rules of practice and procedure for the Kentucky Court of Justice; and,
(b) KRS 30A.405(2) to prescribe standards for the appointment, qualifications, duties, and other matters relating to language access.
(2) These rules are intended to fulfill the Kentucky Court of Justice's responsibility for ensuring that individuals eligible to receive language access services under state and federal law, as identified in Section 4 herein, are afforded:
(a) Meaningful access to, and an equal opportunity to participate fully in, all court proceedings and direct services provided by the Court of Justice; and
(b) Effective communication with those Court of Justice officials, personnel, and programs presiding over, conducting, or involved in all court proceedings and direct services.
(3) No local rules, practices, procedures, orders, or other policies of any district or circuit may conflict with or controvert these rules; further, to the extent that any such local rules, practices, procedures, orders, or other policies are inconsistent or otherwise conflict with these rules, these rules shall prevail.

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HISTORY: Amended by Order 2017-15, eff. 1-1-18; prior amendments eff. 3-15-11 (Order 2011-03), 5-12-09 (Order 2009-06), 12-1-04 (Order 2004-3), 10-1-04; adopted eff. 2-17-95
Administrative Procedures, AP IX, Sec. 1, KY ST ADMIN P AP IX, Sec. 1
Current with amendments received through January 15, 2020.
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