The right to information about rights in the criminal justice process.

Suspects or accused persons are provided with information about their rights in the criminal justice process.

In relation to your experience as a defence lawyer in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been advised of their right to access a lawyer?

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* 1. In relation to your experience as a defence lawyer in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been advised of their right to access a lawyer?

In relation to your experience as a defence lawyer in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been advised of their entitlement to free legal advice and the conditions of obtaining it:

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* 2. In relation to your experience as a defence lawyer in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been advised of their entitlement to free legal advice and the conditions of obtaining it:

In relation to your experience in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been informed about the right to interpretation and translation:

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* 3. In relation to your experience in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been informed about the right to interpretation and translation:

In relation to your experience in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been informed about the right to remain silent:

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* 4. In relation to your experience in the last 9 months, would you say that suspects or accused persons have been informed about the right to remain silent:

In cases where the suspects or accused persons have been informed about their rights:

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* 5. In cases where the suspects or accused persons have been informed about their rights:

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* 6. Additional comments

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