Md. high court weighs language barrier’s effect on DUI case

A police officer’s failure to advise a Spanish-speaking motorist of his rights in his spoken language and give directions in his native tongue should have rendered his failed breath alcohol and field sobriety tests inadmissible at his drunk-driving trial, a defense attorney said Monday in urging Maryland’s top court via videoconference to overturn the man’s ...

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