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Waiver of right to interpreter.

(1) The right to a qualified interpreter may not be waived except when:
(a) A hearing impaired person requests a waiver through the use of a qualified interpreter;
(b) The counsel, if any, of the hearing impaired person consents; and
(c) The appointing authority determines that the waiver has been made knowingly, voluntarily, and intelligently.
(2) Waiver of a qualified interpreter shall not preclude the hearing impaired person from claiming his or her right to a qualified interpreter at a later time during the proceeding, program, or activity.
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