Must all requests be granted?
No. If, however, the applicant qualifies, the court will deny an accommodation request only if it would cause an undue burden, if it would fundamentally alter the court proceeding; or it would threaten some one’s safety or well-being. The court must explain how the requested accommodation meets one of these criteria.

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1. Must all requests be granted?
2. What accommodations may be requested?
3. What information does the court need?
4. When should the form be filed?
5. Who gets this information?
6. Who may receive an accommodation?