Begonya De Salvo

full-time court interpreter at the Criminal Justice Center in Downtown LA

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Despite massive restrictions on businesses and restaurants for fear of spreading COVID, Los Angeles Superior Court is still holding some in-person sessions for evictions and traffic…

LA Courts are in session despite COVID outbreaks

Despite massive restrictions on businesses and restaurants for fear of spreading COVID, Los Angeles Superior Court is still holding some in-person sessions for evictions and traffic…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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