What exactly are motions and what are they used for? What about affidavits? Legal interpreters will receive a better understanding of various types of motions used in criminal, civil, and immigration hearings after studying this course. It also provides a comprehensive glossary. If taking the course with instructor evaluation, students must submit 1 interpretation exercise and 1 glossary in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Length of access: 1 month
(with instructor evaluation) - $189.00
(without instructor evaluation) - $109.00
*If you do not see your language in the drop-down menu, it is due to lack of demand. We can update the course with your language after you purchase it. Please keep in mind that this update can take up to 2-3 weeks.
*ASL interpreters take courses without instructor evaluation, on a self-assessment basis.
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Feedback from interpreters who took this course:
“This course was well presented. It offered very valuable information that can be used immediately in a courtroom setting. The written information was excellent and well organized. The interpretation exercises were well paced. I will continue to take more of your courses . I am very pleased to have found an excellent resource for ongoing education through your online classes. I am looking forward to my next course.”
- Maria P.
“Great course....very thorough. I didn't realize there were so many motions; seeing them in black and white in a list format was really eye-opening. Thank you for that and keep up the great work!”
- Jennifer Berkes, Sign Language Interpreter