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If police are questioning my teenage son, does he have the right to have an attorney present?

My son is 14-years-old and was involved in an altercation at school. The police got involved and brought him in for questioning, all of this without my knowledge. I am worried about what he might have said. Even though he is 14, does he have the right to have some sort of lawyer present during his questioning?

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    B. Elaine Jones | The Law Office of B. Elaine Jones
    P.O. Box 2664, Brandon
    Brandon, FL 33509
    (813) 681-8383
    Most definitely, your son has the right to have an attorney present when be questioned by police.
    Answer Applies to: Florida - Replied: 3/4/2013
    R. Jason de Groot | R. Jason de Groot, P.A
    R. Jason de Groot, P.A
    Deltona, FL 32728-5775
    (386) 337-8239
    Yes, he has a right to have a lawyer present if they are going to question him. A lawyer should never allow the questioning of a defendant accused of crime. What you see on TV is not reality.
    Answer Applies to: Florida - Replied: 3/4/2013
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