The Interpreter’s Voice : Useful Phrases for Formal Settings. Robbins, A. A Proteus, 2003.
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Court interpreters are often faced with the challenge of working with clients, including judges and attorneys, who are unfamiliar with our role. Over the years I’ve developed some useful phrases to convey proper interpreter protocol and avoid ethical dilemmas. Using these phrases illustrates the neutral and objective role that the interpreter plays, defining by example my function in the formal and adversarial setting of a courtroom.
@article{Robbins2003,
  abstract = {Court interpreters are often faced with the challenge of working with clients, including judges and attorneys, who are unfamiliar with our role. Over the years I’ve developed some useful phrases to convey proper interpreter protocol and avoid ethical dilemmas. Using these phrases illustrates the neutral and objective role that the interpreter plays, defining by example my function in the formal and adversarial setting of a courtroom.},
  added-at = {2015-12-01T11:33:23.000+0100},
  annote = {Language: eng},
  author = {Robbins, Ale{\'{e}} A},
  biburl = {http://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2bcff39daff3a8d2bfca3a8d9103d939c/sofiagruiz92},
  interhash = {686aa49b752c6f47e77506569be864a9},
  intrahash = {bcff39daff3a8d2bfca3a8d9103d939c},
  journal = {Proteus},
  keywords = {Interpretes jurados,Traducci{\'{o}}n jur{\'{\i}}dica},
  number = 4,
  timestamp = {2015-12-01T11:33:23.000+0100},
  title = {{The Interpreter’s Voice : Useful Phrases for Formal Settings}},
  url = {http://www.najit.org/proteus/PDFVersions/Proteus{\_}Fall{\_}03web.pdf},
  volume = 12,
  year = 2003
}
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