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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Miranda Rights – Equivocal Request (access required)

A pre-Mirandized question, “Where my lawyer at?”, did not require suppression of defendant’s subsequent comments. We affirm the trial court’s denial of defendant’s motion to suppress. Before a police detective read defendant his Miranda rights, defendant asked, “Where my lawyer at?” After the detective Mirandized defendant, he made several comments, which the trial court declined to suppress. Defendant’s ...

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