Americans with Disabilities "Providing Accommodations to People with Disabilities"
Request for AccommodationA request for an accommodation can be made at any
time. It is best, however, to make the request as far in advance as possible
in order to allow time to review your request and to make arrangements for
the accommodation, if needed. You should give a minimum of ten (10)
days’ notice. In emergency situations, the ten-day
requirement can be waived, but you should make your request as soon as you
know that you may need an accommodation. The ADA does not require the Judicial Branch to provide services or devices of a personal nature, such as wheelchairs or other mobility devices, or legal representation, secretarial services, and transportation; nor to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of its programs or service or impose an undue financial or administrative burden.
Accommodations Request Procedure | Request Form |
Juror Accommodation Form Comments and SuggestionsThe Judicial Branch’s
Advisory Board on the Americans with Disabilities Act was
established to support the Judicial Branch’s continued compliance with
the Act. The Advisory Board welcomes specific suggestions on how the
Branch can continue its compliance with Title II of the Act. Written
suggestions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please limit suggestions to general
observations about programs or processes. Suggestions relating to