Judge corrects a Capita interpreter
At court I fall into conversation with a Capita interpreter. She is North African and does Arabic. Prepared to do French too but only in simple cases. She tells Capita this but still gets sent to do a job at Bailey. The judge was French speaker and, she said, corrected her translation several times. She was greatly embarrassed and told Capita they shouldn't have sent her. They told her that she should withdraw her name for French in that case. But they knew she wasn't qualified for French, yet sent her to the court that deals with the most serious criminal matters.
If you are sending someone to the Bailey you know it is not to interpret for a defendant who has been caught speeding. She says that the admin staff at Capita didn't have a clue what they were doing. She seemed very unhappy with her "employers".