Wunder v. State

In Wunder v. State, 705 P.2d 333, 335 (Wyo. 1985), the Court applied the reasonable person test in concluding the interview was non-custodial. There, a police officer contacted the defendant at his home, advised him he would not be arrested at that time and then questioned him for fifteen to twenty minutes. The Court said, "it cannot be said that, at the time of the interview, the defendant's freedom of movement was involuntarily curtailed by the police in any way. A reasonable man in his position would not have considered himself to have been in police custody." Id.