Georgia (joined 1999)

Language Access Coordinator Contact
John Botero, Program Manager
Office of Court Professionals
Judicial Council, Administrative Office of the Courts
244 Washington Street, SW, Suite 300
Atlanta, GA 30334
Phone404-656-5171
Email: gcr@georgiacourts.gov
Website

Code of Ethics or Rules of Professional Conduct 

Language Access Plan

Interpreter Statutes and Rules: 

Supreme Court of Georgia Rules and Regulations for Interpreters

Uniform Rule for Interpreter Programs

Powers and Duties of the Georgia Commission on Interpreters; Requirement for Certification, Conditional Approval, Registration and Training of Interpreters

Coordination/Supervision of Interpreters: Each class of court of every county contract or hire interpreters. 

Cost of Interpreter Services (including fees to freelance and salaries of staff interpreters): N/A

Budget for Language Access Program (not including direct interpreter services): N/A

Funding for Language Access Program: N/A

Compensation Range for Salaried Interpreters (spoken language): N/A

Compensation Range for Salaried Interpreters (sign language): Set by contract with State Executive

Compensation Range for Freelance Interpreters (certified spoken language): N/A

Compensation Range for Freelance Interpreters (certified sign language): N/A

Difference in Pay between Spanish and LOTS Interpreters: N/A

Minimum Certification Requirements

2021 Dates and Locations of Testing and Training

Additional Information

Interpreter Resources