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The post below was published on Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 at 9:10 AM.

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Third District: Certiorari, Unfair Translations

In a dependency case, a trial court ordered the Guardian ad Litem Program to provide the father with Spanish translations of certain motions before the court would consider them. The Third District granted a certiorari petition and quashed that order. The district court held a trial court may not effectively restrict a litigant’s access to the court “just because she thinks it is a good idea or the ‘fair’ thing to do.”

You can read the decision here.

















































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