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Criminal – Right To Counsel – Waiver – Interrogation (access required)

Although defendant initially asked for a lawyer while being questioned at the police station about a robbery, as the officers left the room, he initiated conversation and offered to talk without a lawyer, and the trial court did not err in concluding that defendant made a knowing and voluntary waiver of his right to counsel. Police ...

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