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Police Interrogation

Posted by Lisa Fine Moses | Jun 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

If the police contact you, request an attorney and stick with that request.  The Colorado Supreme Court just ruled that when a suspect stated "Do I need my lawyer for this?" and the officer asked "clarifying questions"  that led to a suspect continuing to talk with the police, that was ok.  When the suspect continued to talk, that was him "reinitiating" the conversation.  So, the lesson here is ask for a lawyer and then do not say anything else!  Protect yourself and then let us continue to protect you!

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Lisa Fine Moses

PARTNER Lisa Fine Moses has dedicated her career to aggressively and passionately representing those facing criminal charges. She started her legal career as a Colorado State Public Defender and then continued her work in criminal defense in private practice.


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