To the problem of Court Interpreter’s Code of Ethics

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This article focuses on identification of specific features of court interpreting regarded as a tool of human rights provision in criminal proceedings. The article also deals with detailed analysis of Court Interpreter’s Code of Ethics and possibility of its application in Russia.

L Yu Vasilenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of foreign languages Law faculty

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