Courts, officially, to provide interpreters free of charge




Starting today, limited-English speakers using courthouse services in New Hampshire have free and ready access to interpreters, according to a recent order by the state’s Supreme Court – an order that, aside from publicity requirements, essentially codifies the informal system already in place.
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