Ohio, USA (AP): Ohio courts will be necessitated to engage a strange language or sign language interpreter in some cases, under an unexampled rule adopted by the state Supreme Court. The state’s high court announced Monday that the rule taking effect Jan. 1, 2013 says an interpreter must be payed for if the service is necessary to let a person involved in a court case to experience meaningfully. For more information, delight visit:chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2011/07/18/unexampled-law-will-necessitate-ohio-courts-to-engage-interpreters/
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