Although the U.S. Constitution does not specifically guarantee the right to an interpreter for court proceedings, this right has been established by construing the Sixth Amendment (defendant’s right to confront adverse witnesses and his right to participate in his own defense, including the assistance of counsel) as well as the Fifth Amendment (due process clause), as applied to the states through the Fourteenth Amendment.



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