January 2021 - Virtual
10:00am - 3:00pm
Module V - Management and HR
January 30, 2021
Event Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
This course is intended as an overview for court staff who are new to the responsibility of arranging for court interpreters.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
* Recognize essential laws and rules of court that govern interpreter services
* List resources and practical tips for locating and selecting qualified interpreters
* Explain what happens before and during a typical interpreter - assisted proceeding
* Differentiate between various credentials available for spoken and sign language interpreters
* Evaluate provisional qualification requirements and apply appropriate procedures
Facilitated by: Jennifer De La Cruz, Interpreter Services Manager, San Bernardino Superior Court
April 2, 2021
April 3, 2021
August 6-7, 2021
Marriott San Mateo
1770 South Amphlett Blvd.
San Mateo, CA 94402
A number of California county courts continue to report that a scam regarding jury warrants continues to occur in their areas. Be aware that residents have received fraudulent phone calls from a person claiming to be a Sheriff’s Office employee or other type of agency representative demanding payment to clear up an outstanding warrant wherein the person did not appear for jury duty. Anyone who receives a phone call demanding payment for an outstanding warrant regarding jury duty should report the situation immediately to your county’s local Sheriff’s Department. To find your local Law Enforcement Agency.
How California courts are reacting to the recent coronavirus situation
The ongoing COVID-19 situation has resulted in many courts in California closing or severely limiting access. Many have also restricted the ability to file all but the most time-sensitive matters, such as restraining orders.
The table below summarizes the current situation and indicates whether One Legal is able to deliver court filings at this time. Many courts have declared their closed days to be court holidays for the purposes of calculating deadlines. We strongly recommend that you consult the website of the court you are filing in for the detailed information.
Pre-orders are starting now and all publications are scheduled to ship in early February.
Winter 2020 - Vol 67 Issue 4
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