Trial in native language of accused
- Grants individuals charged with an offense the right to have their trial conducted in a language they understand, or the right to have an interpreter. In some cases, this would include a right to be informed of the reasons for one’s arrest.
- Culture and Identity; Rights and Duties
- accused; criminal procedure
- Survey Questions
- Does the constitution specify the trial has to be in a language the accused understands or the right to an interpreter if the accused cannot understand the language?