The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has issued an invitation for amicus briefs regarding whether state law requires an accused to be notified of the right to counsel—and to clearly waive that right—before being interrogated while in custody.

Defendant Derric McClain has appealed his drug trafficking conviction on the basis that the trial court erred in its denial of his motion to suppress statements he made while in custody.

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