The Judiciary has a responsibility to ensure those with limited English proficiency (LEP) and those who are deaf or hard of hearing are not at a disadvantage to fully exercise their right to due process under the law. To learn more, please click HERE
The 51st Judicial ensures these rights through the implementation of a Language Access Plan. This document can be viewed by clicking below. (A signed copy can be viewed at the Court Administration Office, 117 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA 17325).51st Judicial District Language Access Plan
If you or the party you represent is in need of an interpreter, please contact Court Administration to assist in the arrangement of an interpreter by completing the following forms.
If you believe your right to meaningful language has not been met, please complete this grievance form: Grievance Form (English and Spanish)
In accordance with Act 172 of 2006 [42 Pa.C.S. §§ 4411(e) and 4431(e)], the Court Administrator of Pennsylvania has established Rules of Professional Conduct for Judiciary Interpreters in the Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania. To learn more about these Rules, please visit the Interpreter Rules of Conduct page established by the Unified Judicial System.