Hello, I am hard of hearing and I have been summoned to serve jury duty. I mailed a letter to the clerk office about my type of hearing loss (Sensor neural hearing loss for the last 25 years) from my audiologist. They called and told me that the judge still wants to see me and if I don't show up, the sheriff will get me. They also told me that they don't help hard of hearing or deaf people in jury duty. So on my day to jury duty selection, I told the bailiff that I have a hearing loss (I can speak and hear if I am on a one to one rather than someone talking from a distance) and he told the judge about my condition. When it was time, the judge came out and spoke to everyone. The major problem I have is that I was sitting on the front row, the judge and lawyers were at least 20 feet (or more) away. When they spoke, the did not use a microphone, and room echos (large room). I was not happy. The judge asked me if I could hear him, I said a just a little, but not clearly. He said that he will speak louder. That didn't help. After the whole day, I was chosen to do a couple of cases with more in the next few month. I was very frustrated because I spent the whole day trying to hear everything but end up missing a lot. And they put me in trials, knowing that I will not hear everything and they think putting me on the front row of the jury box will help. What should I do?