Tuesday, April 28, 2015

the Deaf getting on Michigan juries

More deaf people are serving on juries, according to a WXYZ-TV news report from Detroit. Because of the increased involvement, "the State of Michigan adopted new rules last summer that require additional certification and training for court room interpreters." Watch the report below or read the story here.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I served in Jury Duty in Jacksonville, N.C. Around 2000/2001 was First for Onslow County, NC. And, second in N.C. History

Anonymous said...

Nice. No suit and tie, facial hair covering the interpreters mouth, color coordinated clothing matching his skin. Aces!

Anonymous said...

No suit or tie, facial hair covering the mouth, color not contrasted to the clothing...nice.

Anonymous said...

I was thinking the same thing. That's John Stuckless . Yet him and brother bash other interpreters for not being dressed appropriately. Hmmm