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Eleventh Judicial District Court

Tribunal del Undécimo Distrito Judicial

Eleventh Judicial District Court

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2016 Language Access Plan

McKinley and San Juan Counties


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What is “Language Access”?

Federal and State law prohibits discrimination on the basis of national origin, which includes inability to speak, read, write or understand English. The New Mexico state courts are committed to providing meaningful access to court services for Limited English Proficient (LEP), deaf, and hard-of-hearing individuals.

For more information about language access rights and responsibilities, visit the United States Department of Justice website.