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I was given FSTs on a traffic stop for over an hour, same tests 5 or 6 times. On about the 3rd round, I realized he was going to keep doing them till I screwed something up. I told him I wanted to call my attorney and needed my cell phone (it was in the car). He told me I have to give a blood sample and can call afterwards from the station. I wasn't allowed to call ANYONE until after they jammed me with needles and I was officially released. When do I have a right to speak to an attorney? When he put me in the car to go to the police station, he read me my rights, which includes speaking with attorney, but how can I do that with no phone in cuffs?
Do I have grounds for a motion because I was denied council? Thanks
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