AZ: No REP in a police interrogation room

There is no reasonable expectation of privacy in a police interrogation room when a suspect is talking to anybody except their lawyer. State v. Allen, 2022 Ariz. LEXIS 235 (July 26, 2022).

The defendant argues no reasonable suspicion for his stop. “The government instead argues that the interaction between the agents and the defendant was a consensual encounter, not a stop, so reasonable suspicion was not required. … For the reasons discussed below, the Court concludes that the government has not met its burden in proving that the agents did not stop the defendant’s vehicle. As a result, the lack of reasonable suspicion requires suppression of the evidence seized from the vehicle.” United States v. Ramos, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 131703 (D. Ariz. July 25, 2022).*

Here, there was plenty of reasonable suspicion for defendant’s stop. United States v. Vezina, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 131633 (D. Idaho July 22, 2022).*

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