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Erasmus Law Review
In October 2013, the European Union adopted a Directive, which guarantees, inter alia, the right of access to a lawyer to suspects of criminal offences from the outset of police custody and during police interrogation. However, adoption of the relevant legislation is not sufficient to ensure that this right becomes effective in practice. A range of practical measures will have to be taken by the Member States' authorities and the legal profession to effectuate the implementation of the right todoi:10.5553/elr.000021 fatcat:fbtba34vizenbpyb773l5agj2u