NOTIS Court Interpreter Division
Full-Day Training, 2 Workshops
SEPTEMBER 9, 2017
The Duty to Seek Justice (morning session)
You see private attorneys and public defenders standing in line in court waiting to talk to the prosecuting attorney. How are deals struck? When is the prosecutor willing to go along with a deferred prosecution? Why $5000 bail and not $1000? Do questions like these haunt you and keep you awake at night? If so, come ask Redmond prosecutor Larry Mitchell your questions. He will give us a glimpse into the world of prosecutors.
Impartiality at Any Cost? (afternoon session)
Wondering how you'll get those ethics credits before the reporting period closes at the end of 2017? We have just the thing for you! Back by popular demand, our very own Milena Calderari-Waldron will be presenting a follow up to her 2015 ethics presentation. Milena brings a unique and informed perspective on interpreter ethics issues, so come and learn from this most engaging speaker.
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NOTIS will be requesting CEUs from ATA, Washington AOC, DSHS, Idaho and Oregon and California AOC.