Court's Role in Addressing Impairments Is Clarified

The Sixth Amendment requires courts to provide reasonable accommodations to hearing-impaired defendants equal to the severity of their impairment, but "perfection is not required," the Second Circuit has ruled, because it's the defendant's responsibility to tell the court about any impairment.

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