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The official language used for the content of the Los Angeles Superior Court public website is English. Google™ Translate is a free online language translation service that can translate text and web pages into different languages. Computerized translations are only an approximation of the website's original content. The translation should not be considered exact and in some cases may include incorrect or offensive language.

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The Complaint Process

If you have a complaint about access to language services, you may submit a complaint using this fillable form. The Court provides versions of the form in Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Armenian, Vietnamese.

The Language Access Coordinator will review and respond to all interpreter and language access complaints. The Court takes all complaints about language access very seriously and will address the concerns in an appropriate manner.

Please be aware that the Language Access Services Division does not have the authority to change or modify any decision made by a judicial officer and that its review of the complaint does not, in any way, affect or extend any applicable deadlines or procedural requirements such as filing motions, appeals, modifications, etc.

Los Angeles County has the largest population of any county in the nation, exceeded by only eight states. More than 1 million of the 10.4 million residents live in unincorporated areas. The other 9.3 million live in 88 cities, located throughout a 4,084-square-mile area. With more than 140 cultures and as many as 224 languages, Los Angeles County is one of the most diverse areas in the world. It is estimated that 56.8% of the county population speaks a language other than English at home.
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"Dancing Puppets" by Nancy Artis
2005 – 3rd Place Professional

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