District attorneys, U.S. Attorneys, Federal Panel CJA defense attorneys, DCS, etc: Poorly prepared bilingual evidence can make or break your case.
Here is a link to a masterful arcticle by Clifford S. Fishman for the Washington Law Review Association, about transcripts, both monolingual and bilingual. It will be well worth the read for anyone who has an interest in the subject--as a preparer, or as an end user of transcripts for evidentiary purposes.
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