The distinguishing characteristics of court interpreting
( Pp. 288-290)

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Gorbatenko Olga G. kand. ped. nauk, docent kafedry inostrannyh yazykov
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Institute of Law Neda Kameh Khosh studentka magistratury
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia
The article is dedicated to the distinguishing characteristics of court interpreting. The current interest of the article is that a court proceeding is analyzed from judicial as well as from linguistic points of view. There are cases where court interpreting becomes a necessity. The main priority in court interpreting process is pointed out. The novelty of the article is that great emphasis is laid on court interpreting functions. Much attention is drawn to the role of court interpreters. Ethical codes issues are well reasoned in the article. The theoretical value of the research is that it can be applied as the material for students, lawyers and all those who are interested in judicial settings. The realities which have been considered in the article may be applied in practice. Interpreters may benefit from the article.
How to Cite:
Gorbatenko O.G., Neda K.K., (2014), THE DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS OF COURT INTERPRETING. Gaps in Russian Legislation, 2 => 288-290.
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court interpreting, ethical codes, court proceeding, judicial settings, language proficiency.

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