Friday, July 9, 2004

Court interpreters meet in Nashville this weekend

"The Administrative Offices of the Courts (AOC) are holding the first Tennessee Court Interpreter Conference today and Saturday at the Nashville Downtown Library, 615 Church St."

"About 100 participants are expected. They will learn about different issues that could come up in their court translation services such as forensic applications of DNA analysis, firearms identification, trial court issues, blood spatter analysis and finger print analysis."

"Tennessee currently has 120 certified and registered court interpreters representing languages such as Spanish, Japanese, Arabic, Laotian, French, Bosnian, Croatian, Farsi Thai, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch, Bulgarian and Mandarin Chinese."

Nashville City Paper, The Tennessean

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