Lack of interpreter delays murder sentencing

A 66-year-old woman who killed her husband’s ex-wife was scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday in Montgomery County Circuit Court, but an unusual circumstance pushed the sentencing back. 
Raminder Kaur requested a Punjabi interpreter, but the woman who showed up claiming to be the interpreter did not have a court certification. The interpreter also told the judge she was hard of hearing.
Kaur was convicted for shooting Preeta Gabba because Kaur’s husband was upset about alimony he was paying to Babba. Kaur’s husband Baldeo Taneja is serving a life sentence. Kaur’s sentencing has bee postponed until January 23. 

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