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Book Reviews, Journals and Articles


Ayres, B. D. Deaf & Dumb Persons: Trial of Procedure. 10 The Virginia Law Register
93-96 (1924).

Brown-Blake, Celia. Fair Trial, Language and the Right to Interpretation. 13 International
Journal on Minority and Group Rights 391-412 (2006).

Enescu, Raluca and Werner, Anja. The Legal Capacity Of Deaf Persons In The
Decisions Of The Imperial Court Of Justice Between 1880 And 1901. Law, Crime
and History 31-53 (2016).

Gaw, Albert. The Development of The Legal Status of The Deaf: A Comparative Study
Of The Rights And Responsibilities Of Deaf-Mutes In The Laws Of Rome, France, Commented [EMA1]: Vol. 52, No. 5 (NOVEMBER, 1907),
pp. (22 pages)
England, And America. 52 American Annals of the Deaf 468-489 (1907).

Harry, Bruce and Dietz, Park Elliott. Offenders in a Silent World: Hearing Impairment
and Deafness in Relation to Criminality, Incompetence, and Insanity. 13 Bull Am
Acad Psychiatry Law 85-96 (1985).

Pravda, Douglas. Understanding the Rights of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals to
Meaningful Participation in Court Proceedings. 45 Valparaiso University L.R
927-965 (2011).

Relyea, Gregg. Procedural Due Process: A Deaf Defendant's Right to Be Heard Should
Encompass a Right to "Hear" Civil Trials Through Interpretation. 29 Catholic
University L.R. 867-890 (1980).

Smith, Deirdre, Student Author, Confronting Silence: The Constitution, Deaf Criminal
Defendants, And The Right To Interpretation During Trial. 46 Maine L.R. 87-150

Stone, Christopher and Woll, Bencie. Dumb O Jemmy and Others: Deaf People,
Interpreters, and the London Courts in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Commented [EMA2]: Vol. 8, No. 3 (Spring 2008), pp.
8 Sign Language Studies 226-240 (2008). Gallaudet University Press. Gallaudet University Press

Wood, Jeffrey B. Protecting Deaf Suspects' Right to Understand Criminal Proceedings.

75 Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology Article 5 (1984).
Research Reports

Caparas, Perfecto. Right to Due Process of Law and Fair Trial: Issue and Challenges in
the Philippines. (October 4, 2018),

Deaf Interpreters in Court: An Accommodation that is more than Reasonable.

Presentation by The National Consortium Of Interpreter Education Centers:
Legal Interpreting Workgroup (2009).

Napier, Jemina, Research Report 14: Deaf Jurors’ Access To Court Proceedings
Via Sign Language Interpreting: An Investigation. NSW Law Reform Commission



Elemia, Camille. A lethal mix? Death penalty and a 'flawed, corrupt' justice system.
(October 3, 2018),

Martinez, Liza. Primer on Filipino Sign Language. (September 4, 2018),

Sison, Jose. Deaf-mute witness. (October 4, 2018),

The Manila Times. Credibility of a Deaf-mute witness. (October 3, 2018),

Tomacruz, Sofia. Senate passes bill promoting sign language. (September 4, 2018),


Deccan Chronicle. Deaf mute to face trial for offences. (October 5, 2018), Commented [EMA3]: affairs/article/deaf-mute-face-trial-offences

Duggan, Paul. Washington Post. Deaf, mute and accused of murder, an undocumented
immigrant has been in legal limbo for 12 years. (October 4, 2018),

Luo, Chris. South China Morning Post. Chinese gangs 'abducted deaf-mute students
and forced them to commit robberies'. (October 5, 2018),

Other Sources

CyBar Operations. On Deaf mutism: old rule. (October 4, 2018),

Carter, Sean. Justice is Blind, Deaf and Really Dumb. (October 5, 2018),

Justsigns: VET in Interpreting and Justice, (last visited

October 5, 2018).

Katz-Hernandez, Lea. When will the Deaf get a fair Hearing? (October 5, 2018),
Murgado, Amaury. Dealing with the Deaf. (October 4, 2018),