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Where would i work? court interpreting program.?

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Interpreters are hired on a contractual basis by the courts and are paid for services provided on an hourly basis. Once on the Court Interpreter Registry, interpreters are called as needed by the courts. Assignments may range from less than an hour
source: mdcourts.gov
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