Interpreters and the Legal Process

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Waterside Press, May 1, 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 192 pages
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Deals with spoken language and sign language. It concentrates on England and Wales but several sections are of international import. The book should be of use to interpreters who need to know about interpreting-related issues within the legal system but also encompasses a wider audience.
 

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Contents

Language Communication Interpreting and the Law
15
Interpreters and the Police
26
Entry to the United Kingdom
59
Interpreters and the Courts
70
Working with the Probation Service
115
Prisons
131
Professional Standards
137
Beyond England and Wales
152
WindUp
167
A Backwards Look Forwards
177
Some Useful Addresses
183
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