New Jersey Supreme Court to consider if police must give DWI instructions in native language

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casey
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Japanese to English
Another reason English should be designated the national language Jun 8, 2010

Wow, this stuff is really going to get out of hand. Will the police officers have to become fluent in every language? If not, isn't that reverse discrimination? What about people that speak minority languages? Is it fair that the police offer explanations in Spanish but not Vietnamese?

 


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