Corporal Chesley Woodrum (right) and officer Karina Lancaster (left) used a "language line"  telephone translation service to question a Hispanic male who did not speak English well enough to answer questions competently at the Lexington detention center on Friday, April 7, 2013. The man had been involved in a auto accident prior o his arrest and Woodrum asked if the man needed medical attention in addition to his other booking information. Photo by Mark Ashley
Corporal Chesley Woodrum (right) and officer Karina Lancaster (left) used a "language line" telephone translation service to question a Hispanic male who did not speak English well enough to answer questions competently at the Lexington detention center on Friday, April 7, 2013. The man had been involved in a auto accident prior o his arrest and Woodrum asked if the man needed medical attention in addition to his other booking information. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader
Corporal Chesley Woodrum (right) and officer Karina Lancaster (left) used a "language line" telephone translation service to question a Hispanic male who did not speak English well enough to answer questions competently at the Lexington detention center on Friday, April 7, 2013. The man had been involved in a auto accident prior o his arrest and Woodrum asked if the man needed medical attention in addition to his other booking information. Photo by Mark Ashley Herald-Leader

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