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Concerns over interpreters in family violence cases

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Interpreters helping women from linguistically diverse backgrounds in family violence situations have raised concern about limited support and exposure to vicarious trauma. Despite changing attitudes to domestic violence, lawyers are also warning women may not be protected properly under the current system.

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