Casebriefs about: interrogation
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R v Sinclair, 2011 SCC 40,  3 SCR 3.
(1) A suspect under arrest does not have the right to a lawyer to be present during a police interrogation/investigation.
(2) A suspect under arrest does have the right to reconsultation in specific circumstances (list is not exhaustive):
(a) New, non-routine procedures, that the advising lawyer would not have expected at the time of the original consultation (i.e. a polygraph, a photo lineup, etc.).