In re A.W
In re A.W., 982 P.2d 842, 847 (Colo. 1999), which held that a defendant does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy precluding the warrantless recording of an interview in a police station house.
Although the court noted that defendant was "speaking in the actual presence of a police officer," the court's holding cannot be separated from the fact that the defendant was not conversing in the privacy of his home, but inside the interview room of a municipal police department. Id. at 847.