Q: What do I do if an interpreter is present, but the witness wants to “ try ” to not use the interpreter?
A: Knowing that it is YOUR job to provide that clear, concise, and accurate record, you would be wise to let them know the advantages of relying on the interpreter.
By Judy Stevens, RPR, CMRS, CPE
We all know there are times when an interpreter is essential to making a clear, concise and accurate record, which, ultimately, is our main job. If Counsel on your assignment were astute enough to order an interpreter, they must have realized the necessity for those services based on their knowledge of the deponent.
What if, however, ...