Now that the proper notification is on the court
papers, you will have an ASL interpreter at all of your court dates.
While the police do not have access to an ASL interpreter for their purposes, their failure to be able to provide clear instructions to you could actually work in your favor if you wished to fight the case. For example, if you refused the breath test because you did not understand the officer's instructions, that may provide you with a defense against the mandatory suspension. And if there were field tests that you couldn't perform well because of your confusion, you would be entitled to a pre-trial
hearing to see whether your rights were violated. If a judge ruled after the hearing that the police handled this unreasonably under the facts and circumstances, (that's the Supreme Court test to see whether a Constitutional right was violated) the test results and any video of it would be suppressed and could not be used against you at trial.
DUIs are criminal
charges. If you haven't get gotten yourself a lawyer to represent you here, you ought to do so and see that he's there on your next date. Otherwise, if you can't afford a lawyer, you will want to ask for a public defender. This may be a good case to fight, but you should not try to do it without counsel.