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In re S.E. — Court May Require Sign Language Interpreter

In re S.E. was a termination of parental rights case during which the mother preferred to communicate orally, rather than through a sign language interpreter. ¬†Originally the trial court agreed to mother’s preferred procedure. ¬†However, after attempting to take testimony … Continue reading

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