Originally Posted by MeoW333
I appreciate your post very much.
Here is a case here where a man had 11 DUI convictions before he was brought to justice. The case states 3rd offence , but read the document and you will see the 11 convictions.
Look for this to see the paragraph, ( <Page 2>).
Scroll down to;
The district court
considered evidence that defendant has at least eleven prior DUI
convictions and found "by clear and convincing evidence that defendant's
release on bail would present a substantial threat of physical danger,
violence, and harm to other persons using the public highways."
Also, scroll down to see the claim that Gardner is mentally Retarde; Scroll down where it is page 8/46.
This is what you will see;
In a recent case, a Vermont court held that a person with mental retardation wasinvolvement of support
competent but needed the assistance of a cognitive interpreter to assure that he
understood the proceedings and was able to express himself clearly. State v.
Arnold Gardner, Docket No. 1096-9-97 FrCr J. Kilburn (December 1998).
Vermont courts have considered other accommodations for people with
cognitive impairments as well, such as more frequent breaks, intermittent
inquiries to confirm a defendant's comprehension of the proceedings,
All of my Love and Respect for you,