May a deaf, mute, knowing no english or sign language be allowed to testify as a key witness in a criminal trial?

Question Details: A deaf, mute, non-english understanding or writing allowed to testify as the key witness in a criminal trial if there are 2 intermediary interpreters and no effective cross examination by the defendant allowed?

Darren Shapiro / Law And Mediation Office Of Darren M. Shapiro Answered 6 years ago This attorney is licensed in New York View Attorney Profile
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