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This presentation is designed to help you file, prepare, and
present your case at the Tulsa County District Court.
Notice to Foreign Language Interpreters about Certification
Tulsa County District Court will no longer be providing certifications to foreign language interpreters. The
Supreme Court has authorized a certification program for spoken language interpreters in the Oklahoma
courts based upon the nationally recognized standards approved by the National Center for State Courts
(NCSC) (also known as the Consortium for Language Access in the Courts).
At this time, applications are being accepted from Oklahoma residents seeking
credentials as spoken-language interpreters in the following categories:
· Provisional Interpreter Status
· Certification by Reciprocity
Instruction sheets and additional information is available on the Supreme Court’s website, here, along with
application forms and other materials. Applicants should READ THESE MATERIALS CAREFULLY!
Notice to Foreign Language Interpreters about Payment
Effective with appointments made for Foreign Language services on or after July 1, 2014,
the maximum payable rate for services provided is $20.00 per hour.
Notice to Court Appointed Attorneys regarding hourly rate:
Pursuant to Supreme Court Administrative Directive 2014-06(7), the Court is only
authorized to pay $45.00 per hour for out-of-court services and $65.00 per hour
for in-court services. This is effective with appointments made on or after July 1,
2014. Other provisions of local rule CR10 setting total compensation in specific
types of cases remains in effect.