Interpreting for hearings and legal processes
This is the ideal solution for:
Legal interpreting requires considerable professional skill. To practise, interpreters must be professionally qualified or spend years in the field. The interpreter is in a position of great responsibility. They must ensure their knowledge complies with professional standards and ethical codes.
Our interpreters assist lawyers or judicial and administrative bodies in courtrooms and judicial settings in hearings, interrogations, and telephone interceptions.
They can also help in other settings. Our interpreters have assisted in meetings between the defence team and the defendant, detention centres, police stations, and law firms or notaries offices where documents are being drafted or signed.
- Defender / defendant interviews
- Deeds stipulations and signing