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This attempted to be done, but was found impossible, and she was discharged from the bar "simpliciter." 3. A person, deaf and dumb, may be examined as a witness, provided he can be sworn, that is, if he is capable of understanding the terms of the oath, and assents to it and if, after he is sworn, he can convey his ideas, with or without an interpreter, to the court and jury. She was brought to the bar, and the indictment was then read to her, and the question, in the usual form, was put, guilty or not guilty ?The counsel for the prisoner then rose, and stated that he could not allow his client to plead to the indictment, until it was explained to her that she was at liberty to plead guilty or not guilty.
Don’t ask them how they get through life with their disability. You see someone signing and you squeal to yourself “it’s a Deaf person! These are things I’ve seen hearing people do and Deaf people make fun of and complain about. It’d be like you trying to have a conversation with either sound cancelling headphones on or in a mega loud bar/club. I am an ASL interpreter, instructor, and Type Well transcriber.
But it frightens me when I hear people say things like this: “oh they’re Deaf, I’m gonna go say something to them,” or “I learned the alphabet when I was a kid, I should go tell them my name.” Deaf people are very social, but do you want people to come up to you and say, “hey! I started learning ASL at a young age and have been involved in the Deaf community since then (I’m getting old so that’s a long time). So why would you speaking louder make them suddenly be able to hear?