An abstract prepared for the Criminal Law Library Blog by Michael Chernicoff.
Are language barriers playing a role in law enforcement? The Justice Department has begun a “routine audit” in New York to determine whether federal civil rights laws were being complied with in police dealing with non‐English speakers. Such reviews have been regular since 2002 when the Justice Department required recipients of grants to provide services to no‐English speakers
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