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Interpreters for the Defense: Due Process for the Non-English-Speaking Defendant
|Title:||Interpreters for the Defense: Due Process for the Non-English-Speaking Defendant|
|Authors:||Chang, Williamson B.C.|
Araujo, Manuel U.
|Citation:||63 Cal. L. Rev. 801 1975|
|Series:||California Law Review, Volume 63|
|Abstract:||The authors of this Comment contend that the communications problems of non-English-speaking indigent defendants can best be solved by the appointment of court-compensated interpreters. Although they evaluate recent legislative proposals directed at these problems, the authors stress the arguments derived from considerations of equal protection and due process which support a possible constitutional right to interpreters.|
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