HC Deb 10 March 1976 vol 907 c278W
Mr. Ashley

asked the Attorney-General if he is satisfied that the legal rights of all profoundly deaf people are properly exercised in courts of law.

The Attorney-General

Appropriate arrangements are made, as far as possible, to assist a deaf person who has to appear in court, either as a party or as a witness. If my hon. Friend is not satisfied with the way in which these arrangements have worked in any particular case I will be happy to look into it.