http://www.indystar.com/print/articles/4/071170-1184-103.html Criminal investigators may not keep a lawyer waiting at the jailhouse door while his or her client is inside being questioned by police, says the Indiana Supreme Court. The Indianapolis Star says the ruling means that police officers can't extract a confession from a suspect while his lawyer is waiting at the front desk. Defense attorneys in Indiana say it's not uncommon for police to keep the two separated while investigators try . . .
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