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DOJ Letter of Finding against North Carolina Courts

Department of Justice (DOJ), Civil Rights Division

The Department of Justice (DOJ) began investigating the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) in April of 2007 after receiving a complaint that the courts were not providing limited English proficient (LEP) individuals with meaningful access to the courts. In May 2011, a second complaint was filed regarding the AOC services available to LEP individuals. DOJ's Civil Rights Division did an investigation and issued a letter finding the NC AOC in violation of Title VI for failing to provide interpreters and access to appropriate language services to LEP individuals.


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