The Berks County Courts are committed to ensuring that persons with Limited English Proficiency (LEP), or who are deaf or hard of hearing, have equal access to the Courts and all available court services.
Court Interpreters are provided at all Court levels, if your appearance is required.
If you, or someone you know, requires the services of a Language Interpreter, please submit an Interpreter Request Form.
To ensure that a Language Interpreter will be available to provide interpreting services, the Interpreter Request Form should be submitted as soon as the Court appearance is scheduled.
For further assistance, please contact the Berks County Language Access Coordinator:
Chief Court Interpreter
Services Center, 4th Floor
633 Court Street
Reading, PA 19601
Office: (610) 478-6208 Ext. 5711
Fax: (610) 478-6449
INTERPRETER REQUEST FORM (in English/Spanish) - Complete the online form to request the assistance of an Interpreter. Para solicitar los servicios de un intérprete, por favor llene y someta este formulario.
Interpreter Services Waiver - CCP
Interpreter Services Waiver - MDJ
County Language Access Plan - This Language Access Plan (LAP) is the plan for the judicial district to ensure meaningful access to court services for persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) or deaf or hard of hearing in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Pennsylvania Courts Language Services Complaint / Queja por servicios lingüísticos de los Tribunales de Pennsylvania - You have the right to court services in your language. Tell us if you had a problem. We will review the information and try to fix the problem. / Usted tiene derecho a recibir servicios de los tribunales en su idioma. Díganos si tuvo un problema. Revisaremos la información e intentaremos solucionar el problema.
Language Access Brochure (English)
Language Access Brochure (Spanish)
Notice of Language Rights
Tips for Attorneys/Judges - What Judges and Attorneys need to know about interpreters in the legal process.
The Department of Justice's memorandum on limited English proficient parties and their access to the Court system from Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez - August 16, 2010.
Executive Order 13166