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Going to Court in Minnesota
“Going to Court in Minnesota” is a video designed to help immigrants, refugees, and others better understand the Minnesota court system and be prepared to go to court. It is provided in four languages: English, Hmong, Somali, and Spanish. It is also provided in a version for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. The program features judges, court employees, and community advocates explaining various aspects of the judicial process and cultural differences in their respective languages.
English (27 min.)
Deaf and Hard of Hearing (Open-captioned English and American Sign Language, 21 minutes)
Hmong (27 min.)
Somali (27 min.)
Spanish (27 min.)
All of the videos are also available on the Minnesota Judicial Branch YouTube Channel.
Please check back on this page for supplemental materials, including ELL lesson plans, that will be posted in the near future.
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