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Old 19.10.2020, 22:45
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Re: PolIce report

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Wrong. You can bring one. It doesn't even have to be a lawyer.
What's the accusation?

No accusation (yet) therefore nobody's accused therefore what you cite and link doesn't apply (yet). At least that's the typical interpretation by the police. This is still part of the Voruntersuchung (preliminary proceedings?), at that point the StPO is vague, it's unclear at/after which point a lawyer is to be allowed present. Most Cantons apply this in a manner that usually keeps an attorney away from the first "interview". One would probably be allowed in Solothurn but this is Zürich.

Still, he will want to avoid incriminating himself and say nothing where warranted. And what he does say shouldn't be (too much) in contradiction with what the others kids say.

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