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     1-36A-16.   Certain practices not prohibited. The provisions of §§ 1-36A-10.1 to 1-36A-15, inclusive, do not prohibit:
             (1)      Any signing assistance in a medical emergency until the assistance of a certified interpreter is obtained;
             (2)      The practice of interpreting, if directly supervised by a certified interpreter, included in a program of study by a student enrolled in an approved program for the preparation of interpreters for the deaf;
             (3)      The practice of a legally qualified interpreter for the deaf from another state employed by the United States government and performing official duty in this state; and
             (4)      The practice of interpreting in this state by an interpreter for the deaf currently licensed in another state, territory, or foreign country who is present in this state to lecture relative to the practice of interpreting for a period of not more than twenty days.

Source: SL 1993, ch 21, § 7; SL 2006, ch 6, § 12.


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