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Not necessarily. The right to a translator is derived from the 5th, 6th and 14th Amendments, and the prohibition against discrimination based on national origin (the Civil Rights Act). However, SCOTUS noted in Perovich v. US, 205 US 86 that appointment of a translator is a discretionary matter for the court (this was simply mentioned, without details as to ...


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would it be possible for that player to sue me for Defamation or Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress? No. All the examples you mention are statements of opinion. Only statements of fact are actionable under defamation law. For instance, the meaning of being "f****** awful" or "garbage" are too unclear, subjective, vague, and/or hyperbole. That ...


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