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Honolulu Breaking News Reporter — Associated Press
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@AP reporter for Hawaii covering Native Hawaiian issues, legal affairs, law enforcement * Oahu born/raised * Ilocano speaker * Mama * Runner * @USC alum

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii

washingtonpost.com — HONOLULU - A recent case involving a man accused of shooting a woman and a police officer on the Big Island highlights a growing challenge in Hawaii: finding people who can translate court hearings in other languages. The man speaks Marshallese, and his right to hear his proceedings in the Marshall Islands tongue has led to delays in his case.
Jul 26, 2015

In Hawaii, a Marshallese man’s court proceedings continue to face delays, highlighting a lack of court interpreters washingtonpost.com/national/case-…

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii - The Monitor: Us News

themonitor.com — The man speaks Marshallese, and his right to hear his proceedings in the Marshall Islands tongue has led to delays in his case. Officials with Hawaii's Judiciary note the state has a limited pool of court interpreters from which to draw, and the ones they do have often must travel between the islands for proceedings, creating logistical challenges.

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii

sltrib.com — "The Pacific island languages are a really hard one," said Debi Tulang-De Silva, program director of the state Judiciary's Office on Equality and Access to the Courts. "It's really difficult to find qualified interpreters in those languages." So far, no cases have been derailed because of the shortage of interpreters.

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii

washingtontimes.com — HONOLULU (AP) - A recent case involving a man accused of shooting a woman and a police officer on the Big Island highlights a growing challenge in Hawaii: finding people who can translate court hearings in other languages. The man speaks Marshallese, and his right to hear his proceedings in the Marshall Islands tongue has led to delays in his case.

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii

timesunion.com — requests for their services have soared, fueled by an influx of migrants from certain Pacific island nations who come to Hawaii under an agreement with the federal government. "The Pacific island languages are a really hard one," said Debi Tulang-De Silva, program director of the state Judiciary's Office on Equality and Access to the Courts.

Case highlights shortage of court interpreters in Hawaii

startribune.com — HONOLULU - A recent case involving a man accused of shooting a woman and a police officer highlights Hawaii's growing challenge of finding court interpreters. The man speaks Marshallese, and his right to hear his proceedings in the Marshall Islands language has led to delays in his case.

News from Associated Press

hosted.ap.org — HONOLULU (AP) -- A recent case involving a man accused of shooting a woman and a police officer on the Big Island highlights a growing challenge in Hawaii: finding people who can translate court hearings in other languages. The man speaks Marshallese, and his right to hear his proceedings in the Marshall Islands tongue has led to delays in his case.

Feds: Man tried to export night vision goggles to China

newsday.com — HONOLULU - (AP) -- A man was arrested in Hawaii for allegedly arranging to buy six pairs of military-grade night-vision goggles from an undercover federal agent and trying to export them to China, court documents show.

Feds: Man tried to export night vision goggles to China

Feds: Man tried to export night-vision goggles to China

miamiherald.com — A man who lives in China has been arrested in Hawaii after federal authorities say he tried to buy six pairs of military-grade night vision goggles and export them back home.
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