Form INT-140 "Temporary Use of a Noncertified or Nonregistered Spoken Language Interpreter" - California

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This is a legal form that was released by the California Superior Court - a government authority operating within California. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on January 1, 2018;
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INT-140
FOR COURT USE ONLY
INTERPRETER NAME:
(FILE WITH THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR)
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
WORK NO. :
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
TEMPORARY USE OF A NONCERTIFIED OR NONREGISTERED
CASE NUMBER:
SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
This form is used to establish the qualifications of a TEMPORARY INTERPRETER for the proceeding listed below. Temporary
interpreters under Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.893(d)(4) may be used in brief appearances such as to set a continued hearing date.
To appoint a provisionally qualified interpreter for a 6-month period, use form INT-110.
LANGUAGE (list only one):
DATE OF PROCEEDING:
The following questions may be addressed to the noncertified or nonregistered interpreter as voir dire, or the court may have the
prospective interpreter answer the questions in writing on this form. All of the information provided by the temporary interpreter should
be considered by the court to determine whether the interpreter may be used to interpret the stated language in the proceeding above.
1. General education
Highest level degree attained:
N/A (No degree)
High school
Jr. college
University
Graduate degree
Postgraduate
Name of institution:
Degree awarded:
Year:
Major:
Degree awarded:
Year:
Major:
2.
Language training
a.
How did you learn English? (mark N/A if not interpreting in English):
b.
How did you learn the language to be interpreted?
c.
In which languages were you educated?
Language (specify):
Elementary
Jr. high
High school
University
(1)
(2)
d.
What languages
are
were
spoken at home (specify):
e.
Have you ever been used as an interpreter in a court or administrative hearing?
Yes
No
If yes, please explain:
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Form Adopted for Optional Use
Cal. Rules of Court,
TEMPORARY USE OF A NONCERTIFIED OR
Judicial Council of California
rule 2.893(b)(2)
NONREGISTERED SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
INT-140 [New January 1, 2018]
www.courts.ca.gov
INT-140
FOR COURT USE ONLY
INTERPRETER NAME:
(FILE WITH THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR)
STREET ADDRESS:
CITY:
STATE:
ZIP CODE:
TELEPHONE NO.:
WORK NO. :
E-MAIL ADDRESS:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
STREET ADDRESS:
MAILING ADDRESS:
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
BRANCH NAME:
TEMPORARY USE OF A NONCERTIFIED OR NONREGISTERED
CASE NUMBER:
SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
This form is used to establish the qualifications of a TEMPORARY INTERPRETER for the proceeding listed below. Temporary
interpreters under Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.893(d)(4) may be used in brief appearances such as to set a continued hearing date.
To appoint a provisionally qualified interpreter for a 6-month period, use form INT-110.
LANGUAGE (list only one):
DATE OF PROCEEDING:
The following questions may be addressed to the noncertified or nonregistered interpreter as voir dire, or the court may have the
prospective interpreter answer the questions in writing on this form. All of the information provided by the temporary interpreter should
be considered by the court to determine whether the interpreter may be used to interpret the stated language in the proceeding above.
1. General education
Highest level degree attained:
N/A (No degree)
High school
Jr. college
University
Graduate degree
Postgraduate
Name of institution:
Degree awarded:
Year:
Major:
Degree awarded:
Year:
Major:
2.
Language training
a.
How did you learn English? (mark N/A if not interpreting in English):
b.
How did you learn the language to be interpreted?
c.
In which languages were you educated?
Language (specify):
Elementary
Jr. high
High school
University
(1)
(2)
d.
What languages
are
were
spoken at home (specify):
e.
Have you ever been used as an interpreter in a court or administrative hearing?
Yes
No
If yes, please explain:
Page 1 of 2
Form Adopted for Optional Use
Cal. Rules of Court,
TEMPORARY USE OF A NONCERTIFIED OR
Judicial Council of California
rule 2.893(b)(2)
NONREGISTERED SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
INT-140 [New January 1, 2018]
www.courts.ca.gov
INT-140
INTERPRETER (name):
CASE NUMBER:
3. Disqualifications, decertifications, or criminal offenses
a.
Have you had any certifications that have lapsed, or have you been disqualified from interpreting in any court or
administrative hearing?
Yes
No
Please provide detail:
b.
What is your relationship to the party?
Acquainted
Related
Do not know party
Please explain or provide detail:
c.
Have you ever been convicted of violating any federal law, state law, county or municipal law, regulation, or ordinance? (Do
not include traffic infractions.)
Yes
No
If yes, please explain:
TEMPORARY INTERPRETER DECLARATION
I am 18 years of age or older and I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing
is true and correct.
Date:
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
(SIGNATURE OF PROSPECTIVE INTERPRETER)
FINDING OF QUALIFICATION FOR A SINGLE PROCEEDING
(Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.893(d)(4))
1. Finding: Under Cal. Rules of Court, rule 2.893(d)(4), good cause exists to use the above-named temporary interpreter, who is
found to be qualified to interpret THE PROCEEDING LISTED ABOVE and not for a 6-month period.
Additionally, the judge has indicated on the record that the limited English proficient (LEP) person has waived the
appointment of a certified, registered, or provisionally qualified interpreter.
2. THE COURT ORDERS that the above-named individual may be used to interpret the specified language for which the judge in the
proceeding finds the temporary interpreter to be qualified. This order expires at the conclusion of the listed proceeding.
Date:
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME)
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
INT-140 [New January 1, 2018]
TEMPORARY USE OF A NONCERTIFIED OR
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NONREGISTERED SPOKEN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER
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