(1) Prior to commencing any proceedings pursuant to section 13-90-204 requiring a qualified auxiliary services provider, the following conditions shall
(a) A qualified interpreter shall take an oath that he or she shall make a true interpretation
in an understandable manner to the best of his or her skills, but such oath shall
only be required if the entity presiding over the proceeding has been given, by statute,
the authority to administer such an oath.
(b) The qualified auxiliary services provider shall be in full view and spatially
situated to assure effective communication with the person or persons who are deaf,
hard of hearing, or deafblind.
(c) The appointing authority shall make a reasonable attempt to provide a qualified
auxiliary services provider that is effective to the person who is deaf, hard of hearing,
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