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43-248.01. Juvenile in custody; right to call or consult an attorney.All law enforcement personnel or other governmental officials having custody of any person under eighteen years of age who has been arrested, restrained, detained, or deprived of his or her liberty for whatever reason shall permit the person in custody, without unnecessary delay after arrival at a police station or detention facility, to call or consult an attorney who is retained by or on behalf of such person in custody or whom the person in custody may desire to consult, except when exigent circumstances exist. An attorney shall be permitted to see and consult with the person in custody alone and in private at the place of custody. SourceLaws 1993, LB 652, § 1.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-248_01

43-248.01. Juvenile in custody; right to call or consult an attorney.All law enforcement personnel or other governmental officials having custody of any person under eighteen years of age who has been arrested, restrained, detained, or deprived of his or her liberty for whatever reason shall permit the person in custody, without unnecessary delay after arrival at a police station or detention facility, to call or consult an attorney who is retained by or on behalf of such person in custody or whom the person in custody may desire to consult, except when exigent circumstances exist. An attorney shall be permitted to see and consult with the person in custody alone and in private at the place of custody. SourceLaws 1993, LB 652, § 1.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-248_01

43-248.01. Juvenile in custody; right to call or consult an attorney.All law enforcement personnel or other governmental officials having custody of any person under eighteen years of age who has been arrested, restrained, detained, or deprived of his or her liberty for whatever reason shall permit the person in custody, without unnecessary delay after arrival at a police station or detention facility, to call or consult an attorney who is retained by or on behalf of such person in custody or whom the person in custody may desire to consult, except when exigent circumstances exist. An attorney shall be permitted to see and consult with the person in custody alone and in private at the place of custody. SourceLaws 1993, LB 652, § 1.

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