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Criminal – Robbery – Victim Testimony – Non-Certified Interpreter (access required)

A defendant who did not object at the preliminary hearing to a deputy acting as an unsworn translator for the Spanish-speaking robbery victim cannot on appeal challenge use of the victim’s preliminary hearing testimony on the ground that the deputy was not a certified interpreter sworn in prior to performing the translation; the Court of ...

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