A police officer should stop questioning you after you invoke your right to counsel and explicitly say you will not answer any more questions without a lawyer. And, even though he shouldn't, the police officer may continue to try to ask questions or get you to take tests in order to collect evidence against you. If there is no video of this, unfortunately it will be your word against his.
I agree with Mr. Brock. A police officer SHOULD stop right away. But they will keep trying. If they got anything incriminating from you after you invoked your right to refuse/ right to counsel, then you may have a valid issue to suppress the statement. However, it is not an automatic get out of jail card. It can influence a case, but it won't end it.
DISCLAIMER:I try my best to get picked as "THE BEST ANSWER". However, this ain't legal advice, and I ain't your lawyer. This is just idle chat regarding current events. You probably should to go talk to a lawyer face to face.
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