The following is a directory of court interpreters who have successfully completed the Indiana Court Interpreter Certification Program requirements and are officially certified by the Indiana Supreme Court as qualified interpreters.
Certified court interpreters for the Spanish language have been listed by district where the interpreter resides. Most interpreters on the registry are willing to travel for assignments outside their district. Interpreters with asterisks are also federally certified.
The Indiana Constitution divides state government into three branches: the Legislative, the Executive and the Judicial. The Constitution provides that the Judicial power of the State is vested in a Supreme Court, a Court of Appeals, Circuit Courts and such other courts as the General Assembly may establish. Read More »
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