Denver County Court



Denver County Court is committed to justice.  Providing equal access to justice is the role of the Court Interpreter, whose duty is to act as a medium between the Court and anyone who needs language assistance.  The Court provides access to justice in over 140 spoken languages as well as American Sign Language Interpreters or CART (Computer Aided Real-Time Translation) interpretation for individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

Interpreters must provide complete and accurate interpretation or sight interpretation without altering, omitting, or adding anything to what is stated or written.  Interpreters cannot give legal advice.


Interpreters are provided for a defendant, plaintiff, witness, or victim who does not speak English or who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing.  A request does not need to be submitted for a Spanish interpreter as the Court provides multiple Spanish interpreters daily.  For all other languages or for Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals, an interpreter must be requested.  It is recommended that requests be made at least 5 days in advance of the hearing.

To request a language interpreter, please submit your request below.

If you require an interpreter for the Deaf or Hard of Hearing (American Sign Language Interpreter, or CART) please use the ADA link that appears at the top of all our webpages.

Request an Interpreter

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