The New Jersey Supreme Court has just issued an important ruling on drunk driving cases (DUI). The court held that the police must advise the defendant of the ramifications of the breath test in their native language.  So, if the police arrest a Hispanic defendant, they must give the instructions in Spanish.  Under Tennessee’s implied consent law, the police must give a warning if you refuse to consent to a breath or blood alcohol test.  Here’s a video  from Fox News on the subject.  Thanks to Tom Nelson for the heads up.