Around five o’clock one morning, a police officer on patrol sees a car swerving erratically. It slows down as it approaches an empty intersection, but continues through the red light. The officer begins to follow, then signals the driver to pull over. As the officer approaches the car on foot, the driver, slumped in his seat, slowly lowers the window. The officer asks him for his license and registration. “¿Qué?” the man replies, still slumped forward. The officer repeats himself. “No hablo inglés,” the man responds. As the officer asks a third time, he mimes the act of removing a wallet from his back pocket. The driver opens the car door and begins to climb out of the vehicle. “Stay in the car and put your hands on the steering wheel!” the officer commands. But still the driver does not understand.