Guardianship Investigations

Does the court provide interpreters?

wordcloud4_1.pngThe goal of the court is to provide you free language access services if you do not speak, write, read or understand English well. The court provides interpreters at no cost in all criminal, traffic, juvenile delinquency, juvenile dependency, and other mandated case types. The court will also provide interpreters at no cost in civil and family law case types including Domestic Violence, Civil Harassment, Elder or Dependent Abuse, Unlawful Detainer, Termination of Parental Rights, Conservatorships, Guardianships, and all Family Law cases.

 

 

How do I request an interpreter?

If you need an interpreter in a criminal, traffic, juvenile deliquency, juvenile dependency or other mandated case type, you or your attorney may request one in person from any clerk at the counter when filing your case or via email to the Interpreter Coordinator at the email address listed below. Please make such requests at least a week before your hearing.  For these case types you may also submit your request to the courtroom staff at the time of your hearing.  However, if you wait until the date of your hearing to request an interpreter, you may have to wait until an interpreter can be contacted, or your hearing may be continued to a future date.

 

If you need an interpreter in a civil or family law case type, including Domestic Violence, Civil Harassment, Elder or Dependent Abuse, Unlawful Detainer, Termination of Parental Rights, Conservatorships, Guardianships, or any Family Law case, you or your attorney must submit form INT-300 to the court, either in person, via email or via mail. Please make these requests at least one week before your scheduled hearing.

 

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The goal of the court is to provide you free language access services if you do not speak, write, read or understand English well.

 

Where to submit requests

Requests may be submitted in person or via mail at:

1175 Civic Center Boulevard

Yuba City, CA 95993

Or via email to:

 

You may also call administration at 530.822.3309 to request an interpreter for a mandated case type or for more information or assistance.