Dallas Police Dismiss 39 'Driving Without Speaking English' Cases
October 27, 2009
The Dallas Police Department announced that 39 cases of motorists being ticketed for driving without without speaking English would be dismissed, the Dallas Morning News reports.
The cases date back three years.
The department announced the move after 48-year-old Ernestina Mondragon complained that she was cited for the charge, as well as making an illegal U-turn.
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ROB ROY @ 10/28/2009 12:26 AM
This has to be a joke. Thier going back 3 years to dismiss these ticket's, when it's a traffic law that make's sense. If your going to drive in this country you should speak and write english, if you don't then your a threat to everyone's safety.
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