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Law Enforcement Interpreting for Deaf Persons

Law Enforcement Interpreting for Deaf Persons

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This breakthrough manual offers expertise on procedures and protocol used in interpreting law enforcement situations. Although this book is written primarily for sign language interpreters working with Deaf suspects, victims, or witnesses, it is also relevant for spoken language interpreters, educators, attorneys, judges, and law enforcement officers. This manual offers a comprehensive guide to the special conditions, logistics, and considerations that must be taken into account by professionals when Deaf persons are involved in the legal system. It is an excellent professional development and educational tool for both the individual as well as interpreter training programs because it relates interpreter techniques to real-life situations and cases involving non-English speaking persons.

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by Tara Potterveld

ISBN: 978-0-916883-54-6

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