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Officer Could Question Counsel Request (access required)

The Virginia Supreme Court agrees with the Court of Appeals that under the facts of this case, two officers could have reasonably viewed defendant’s statement, “That’s what I want, a lawyer, man” as ambiguous and they were permitted to ask defendant clarifying questions. Defendant argues that his statement, “That’s what I want, a lawyer, man” was ...

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