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Spanish Language Circuit Court Forms

"The Director of State Courts Office recently introduced sixteen Spanish language circuit court forms on the court system's website. The forms were selected by a subcommittee composed of members of the court system's Interpreter Committee and Records Management Committee, to help meet the growing need for Spanish language court forms."

Read more at WSLL @ Your Service.


Why would they need them at all if the official language is English?

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