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A bilingual person who knows all the swear words and slang in both English and Vietnamese.
Someone who has a strong command of both English and Vietnamese.
A natural person who's been trained and tested, in writing and orally, and who successfully demonstrated an acceptable knowledge and skill base, as defined in Section 68566 of the California Government Code.
Any bilingual person who was once "approved" by the court to help translate for someone.
Anyone can call him or herself this title as long as his mother certifies it under penalty of perjury.
God forbid, No!
Chào buổi sáng bà. Xin nói tên đầy đặn của bà và đánh vần từng chữ. Phóng viên yêu cầu bà từ từ."
Good morning bà. Xin nói chúng tôi tên bà và đánh vần tên bà cho hồ sơ. Phóng viên tòa án yêu cầu bà, làm ơn nói chậm."
Chào buổi sáng ma đàm. Làm ơn nói với chúng tôi tên nguyên của bà và đánh vần cho hồ sơ. Để giúp ích cho người phóng viên, xin nói chậm rải, dễ nghe.”
“Xin chào bà. Xin cho biết nguyên tên của bà và đánh vần tên ra để ghi vào bút lục. Để giúp cho tốc ký viên, xin bà vui lòng đánh vần chậm.”
All the above are correct.
An interpreter gets paid by the court and makes money on the side by charging defendants for extra help in explaining legal forms outside the courtroom.
An interpreter with at least 10 years of experience makes at least $100K per year.
It is rewarding to be able to help people, earn a decent income, and, at the same time, learn something new everyday.
Interpreters are never unemployed.
Be a hooker at 9 street corners, leave 1 to get married.
Even if you prostitute yourself 9 times, on the 1 last time consider marrying your customer.
Sell yourself short 9 out of 10 but leave a way out.
You’ve gotta be good for something.
Why his/her child became sexually involved with a black person.
How hard his/her family’s life has been.
The achievements he/she made throughout the years.
No idea. This person must have a very low education.
Who knows. How dare he lets his daughter have sex with a black guy.
When we newly came we ate welfare to go to school.
At the time of our early arrival, we enjoyed public assistance and attended school.
After we settled here, we were on welfare and able to go to school.
When we came, at the beginning Welfare sent us to school.
None of the Above.
Ordinary, average layperson's register.
Extremely low register
So so register
Tell the guy to cut to the chase and stop beating around the bush.
Give the gist of what he said because the rest is really not important.
Deliver the closest equivalent into English but leave out terms or remarks that may be racially derogative.
Say it like it is in English without missing a beat or a word.
Inform the authority that you refuse to translate vulgar terms as it is not proper conduct for a professional interpreter.
This is an argument for the defendant because he may be not guilty after all.
The judge is telling the jury that they should feel sorry for the defendant because the poor guy might not be guilty even when they arrested him, charged him with a crime, and brought him to trial.
This is a typical statement a judge reads to the jury as part of the jury instruction. It explains one of the defendant's Constitutional rights.
This is a bluff. Defense attorneys always throw out these things to confuse people about their client's guilt.
Only for formality. No one understands it anyway. Therefore, it does not have to be interpreted for the defendant.
Very important. Without proper instructions, the jury might not know what to do. All important parts should be interpreted so the defendant knows what's going on.
Should be treated like everything else spoken in the trial.
Are for the jury and not the defendant. Because the judge is not talking to the defendant, he should just remain silent.
When in Rome do what the Romans do
When you come to someone’s house, make yourself at home
Take your shoes off when you come to a Vietnamese person’s house
It’s not polite to bring sex into the conversation
Heck no. Let the lawyers make money.
Of course. It's a service to the public.
Only a licensed attorney may give legal advice. No one else, including judges, may give legal advice.
For free but not for pay.