People v. A.W

In People v. A.W., 982 P.2d 842, 848-49 (Colo. 1999), the Colorado Supreme Court held that a juvenile suspect had a reasonable expectation of privacy when he was left alone in an interrogation room with his father, where a detective had assured the suspect that "nothing or nobody was behind the two-way mirror" and that the detective would not be listening in on the suspect's communications with his father.