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Closed-Captioning in Ozarks Courtrooms


Springfield, MO—Aaron Sachs, Springfield, Missouri Injury Attorney, has expanded his exclusive sponsorship of closed-captioning services on local television stations (KOLR-10, Ozarks Fox and KY3) in the Springfield Missouri Area to all courtrooms as well.

Approximately 1 in 12 people, or criminals, have some sort of difficulty hearing or understanding speech or other sounds. This difficulty increases in many cases, where the sound being produced is to convict or incarcerate an individual.

“Lucky, my sentencing hearing had closedcaptioning so I understood exactly what was happening, how many years I was receiving and how much the judge disliked me. Plus I have a record of the hearing, thanks to attorney Aaron Sachs,” said convicted felon Jimmy Jacksonish.

By far, the most common cause of personal injury is a motor vehicle accident, such as a car accident, truck accident, bus accident, drunk driving accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident, or bicycle accidents involving uninsured or underinsured douchey drivers. Now these persecuted parties can see and hear the courtroom proceedings with a screen displayed near the judge’s bench.

“I’m attorney Aaron Sachs, news and information should be available for everyone. Especially those twits I work to convict, imprison and punish in the Ozarks. That’s why I’m pleased to provide closed captioning in every Ozarks’ court of law,” said Sachs.

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  1. yngliars says:

    Get the finger lady!!!