You are entitled to be treated fairly and courteously at all times. You are entitled to clarify the practice and procedure of the Court with the Police or Prosecutor, or the Registrar. You are entitled to respect for your religious, cultural or spiritual needs. You are entitled not to be discriminated against in any way. You are entitled to as speedy a resolution of your case in accordance with the resources available to the Court and the wishes and requirements of all others concerned in the case. In appropriate cases, legal aid may be available to you, either free of charge or with a contribution. In a Criminal case the Court will obtain an interpreter for you to explain what is being said during the court proceedings. In a Civil case you are responsible for obtaining your own interpreter at your own expense.