Youths up to age 17 can’t be questioned by police or waive their rights until they have a chance to consult with an attorney. “The bill would direct a court to consider any willful failure of a law enforcement officer to allow a youth 17 years of age or younger to speak with counsel before a custodial interrogation in determining the credibility of that law enforcement officer.”
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February 9th, 2022