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.

About the authors

L Yu Vasilenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of foreign languages Law faculty


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