A detained person’s right to counsel is guaranteed by s. 10(b) of the Charter. It imposes on police a duty to “hold off” on trying to elicit incriminating evidence from the detainee “until he or she has had a reasonable opportunity to reach counsel”: R. v. Prosper,  3 S.C.R. 236, at p. 269.… Continue Reading
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