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Article 192º CPP – Mute, deaf, deaf-mute.

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Art. 192. The interrogation of the mute, deaf person or deaf-mute will be carried out in the following way: (Wording provided by Law No. 10,792, of 12.1.2003) I – the
deaf person will be presented with written questions, which he will answer orally; (Wording provided by Law No. 10,792, of 12.1.2003)
II – the mute will be asked questions orally, with written answers; (Wording given by Law No. 10,792, of 12.1.2003)
III – the deaf-mute will be asked questions in writing and will also give the answers. (Wording provided by Law No. 10,792, of 12.1.2003)
Sole paragraph. If the person questioned does not know how to read or write, he/she will intervene in the act, as an interpreter and under commitment, a person qualified to understand him/her (Wording given by Law nº 10.792, of 12.1.2003).

Interrogation of the mute, the deaf or the deaf-mute

Commitment of the interpreter:  In the case of the deaf-mute, the interpreter must be committed. 

Equalization of the interpreter to the expert:  Interpreters are, for all purposes, equivalent to experts ( article 281 ), consequently applying to them the provisions of  articles 275  to 280.

Suspicion of the interpreter:  Cases of suspicion of the judge apply to the interpreter (according to  articles 280  and  281 ). The cases of suspicion of the judge are those of  article 254 .


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