Interpreter Information

The court provides interpreters for Criminal, Traffic, Juvenile and Domestic Violence proceedings. An interpreter can be requested at the counter or with the clerk in the courtroom. If an interpreter is not available at the time of the hearing the case may be continued in order to provide an interpreter.

If you are in a civil or small claims hearing, the court will not provide you with an interpreter. You may bring a relative or a friend to interpret for you.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

If you require the services of a sign language interpreter, you may request one with the interpreter coordinator, for any type of hearing. This includes civil and small claims hearings.

Interpreter Coordinator
725 Court Street, Room 205
Woodland, CA 95695
(530)406-6708

Becoming an interpreter

If interested in becoming an interpreter, please check the Judicial Council page on becoming an interpreter.