supreme-court-cases-interpreters

To date, there have been two Supreme Court cases
involving deaf plaintiffs.

Were interpreters provided for them?

In the Rowley case, no, as it was CART, but as a
matter of irony, an interpreter was provided for
deaf people in the gallery that were watching the
proceedings. While the attorney was deaf, he knew
very little ASL, and it was the reason CART was
used.

The second one, the Camenisch case; there was nothing
in the news stories if an interpreter was provided,
but the plaintiffs’ daughter said there was an
interpeter.