[nfbmi-talk] Blind Judge Making History On Michigan's Top Court

Larry D Keeler lkeeler at comcast.net
Mon Dec 29 23:30:19 UTC 2014

I'd certainly aggree! While at Eastern, my classes were medical in nature. A 
lot of the terminology could not be necessarilly be sounded out. Without 
braille, my spelling I'm sure would be a lot more atrocious than it is now! 
Nothing like "seeing" the written word.
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> Yes, a person can read Braille just as fast as someone else reads print. 
> Nick and I happen to read Braille at 300 words per minute.
> I have never been to law school, but I would sure want materials in 
> Braille so that I could spell things properly. I also believe I
> could cite documents and other sources more effectively if I had them 
> under my finger tips in Braille.  I really appreciate readers
> when Braille is not available, but having materials under my finger tips 
> is priceless!!
> Sincerely,
> Terri Wilcox
> Sent from my Windows computer
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