AP IX, Sec. 12 Use of electronic equipment, remote interpreting services, and assistive technol...
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Administrative Procedures, AP IX, Sec. 12
AP IX, Sec. 12 Use of electronic equipment, remote interpreting services, and assistive technology
(2) Although remote interpreting services may be used for all court proceedings when necessary, the Office of Language Access will strive to limit their use to brief non-evidentiary proceedings, such as pretrial interviews, initial appearances, arraignments, and direct services provided by a Court of Justice entity when necessary.
(5) Remote interpretation may also be appropriate for non-immediate matters that are scheduled in advance, when the interpretation of these matters cannot be handled in-person by staff or freelance interpreters in a fiscally responsible or timely manner, and the quality of interpretation is not in question.
(a) The appointing/requesting authority must ensure the non-English speaking party hears all statements made by the participants if utilizing remote interpreting equipment. If telephone equipment is unavailable for simultaneous interpreting, the appointing/requesting authority must allow consecutive interpretation of each sentence.
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); adopted by Order 2004-3, eff. 10-1-04
Administrative Procedures, AP IX, Sec. 12, KY ST ADMIN P AP IX, Sec. 12
Current with amendments received through January 15, 2020.
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