Court Translation



The Open World translation bureau offers you the services of professional court translators/interpreters.

Court translators/interpreters in the Russian Federation are participants in the judicial process. They have an excellent command of both the language used in legal proceedings and any other language spoken by the participants in the case. By law, a court interpreter’s participation is required when one of the parties in the case does not speak the language used in the legal proceedings.

The translator’s diligent performance, objectivity and candor are crucially important in securing the legal rights of all participants in the legal process.

An interpreter who has a personal stake in the outcome of the case may distort the translation or make inaccurate interpretations in favor of one participant. This may impede a thorough, cohesive and objective analysis of all the circumstances of the case and at the end of the day may create doubts about the court’s ability to make valid legal judgments.

In a trial, those participants who don’t speak the language used in the proceedings are informed about their right to use their mother tongue or any other language to make explanations, draw conclusions, speak, submit petitions, and file complaints. They also have a right to use the services of an interpreter.

Our translation bureau employs staff and freelance interpreters – native speakers of the languages used in Russia and the CIS. This is particularly important when dealing with law-enforcement agencies.

We make official written translations of international investigative letters, inquiries, bills of indictment, sentences and court decisions, customs declarations, invoices and other documents, as well as oral translations of any legal proceedings and court sessions.

All of the clients’ information used by the translator/interpreter in the course of translation will be kept strictly confidential.

If you want to know the exact price of a translation and the time it will take to complete the project, please fill out the feedback form or send a message to info@otkrmir.ru. We’ll contact you as soon as possible and give you all of the necessary details.



LIST OF LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN RUSSIA AND NUMBERS OF PEOPLE SPEAKING THEM


Over one million speakers

  • The Russian language — the majority of the population
  • The Tatar language — 5,347,706
  • The German language (second or native language) — 2,895,147
  • The Ukrainian language — 1,815,210
  • The Bashkir language — 1,379,727
  • The Chechen language — 1,331,844
  • The Chuvash language — 1,325,382

100 thousand to one million speakers

  • The Armenian language— 904,892
  • The Avar language— 784,840
  • The Azerbaijani language — 669,757
  • The Mordovian language, the Moksha language, the Erzya language — 614,260
  • The Kabardian-Cherkessian language— 587,547
  • The Khazakh language — 563,749
  • The Dargin language — 503,523
  • The Oserian language — 493,610
  • The Udmurt language— 463,837
  • The Kumyk language— 458,121
  • The Yakut language— 456,288
  • The Mari language — 451,033
  • The Ingush language — 405,343
  • The Lezghin language — 397,310
  • The Buryat language — 368,807
  • The Belorussian language — 316,890
  • The Karachay-Balkar language — 302,748
  • The Georgian language — 286,285
  • The Tuvinian language — 242,754
  • The Uzbek language — 238,831
  • The Komi language— 217,316
  • The Gypsy language — 166,514
  • The Turkish language — 161,319
  • The Kalmyk language — 153,602
  • The Lak language — 153,373
  • The Moldovan language — 147,035
  • The Tajik language — 131,530
  • The Adygei language — 129,419
  • The Tabasaran language — 128,391

10 thousand to 100 thousand speakers

  • The Komi-Permyak language — 94,328
  • The Polish language — 94,038
  • The Nogai language — 90,020
  • The Altai language— 65,534
  • The Korean language — 60,088
  • The Chinese language — 59,235
  • The Greek language — 56,473
  • The Italian language — 54,172
  • The Karelian language — 52,880
  • The Khakas language — 52,217
  • The Finnish language — 51,891
  • The Arab language — 50,140
  • The Lithuanian language — 49,020
  • The Kirghiz language — 46,319
  • The Turkmen language — 38,533
  • The Abazin language — 38,247
  • The Mountain Mari language — 36,822
  • The Kurdish language — 36,609
  • The Latvian language — 34,759
  • The Nenets language — 31,311
  • The Bulgarian language — 30,894
  • The Hebrew language, Yiddish — 30,019
  • The Agul language — 29,399
  • The Rutul language — 29,383
  • The Estonian language— 26,645
  • The Vietnamese language — 26,197
  • The Japanese language — 24,787
  • The Andi language — 23,729
  • The Romanian language — 22,663
  • The Tsez language — 15,356
  • The Khanty language — 13,568
  • The Czech language — 13,242
  • The Mongolian language— 11,498
LIST OF LANGUAGES SPOKEN IN THE CIS AND THE BALTIC STATES
  • The Estonian language
  • The Latvian language
  • The Lithuanian language
  • The Belorussian language
  • The Ukrainian language
  • The Moldovan language
  • The Uzbek language
  • The Kirghiz language
  • The Kazakh language
  • The Turkmen language
  • The Tajik language
  • The Armenian language
  • The Georgian language
  • The Azerbaijani language
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