The adage “a jury of your peers” just got a little more meaning in New Mexico.
On Jan. 19, the state Supreme Court held, in State of New Mexico v. Jesus J. Gonzales, No. CR-99-169, that non-English-speaking people cannot be eliminated from jury duty because of their language skills.
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