that you may have the right to a court-appointed interpreter if you’re involved in a lawsuit?
If you have a limited ability to read, write or understand English or if you have a hearing impairment and require interpretation service, the court should appoint an interpreter for you. This is true if you are a party in a civil or criminal lawsuit, a witness, a juror, or a potential juror. If this is your situation, you would need to ask the court to appoint an interpreter for you. You can do that by filing a Motion to Appoint Interpreter with the clerk of court.