If I ask for my attorney, can a police officer continue to question me?
I recently got pulled in for questioning and I asked to have my attorney present. The police officer kept going back and forth with me, telling me that it wasn't an interrogation and that it's not something that requires an attorney. He told me that we were just "having a chat". Regardless, I didn't really say much of anything. I knew my rights. My question is, do I have a case against the officer and the department because they didn't stop talking to me when I asked for my attorney to be present. I don't actually have an attorney, but I was bluffing.
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