1. In the cases of article 509, the detainee or prisoner may be deprived of the following rights if justified by the circumstances of the case:
a) Appoint a lawyer you trust.
b) Communicate with all or any of the people with whom you have the right to do so, except with the judicial authority, the Public Prosecutor's Office and the Forensic Doctor.
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c) Meet privately with your lawyer.
d) He or his lawyer have access to the proceedings, except for the essential elements to be able to challenge the legality of the detention.
2. The isolation or restriction of another right in the previous section will be agreed upon by order. When the restriction of rights is requested by the Judicial Police or the Public Prosecutor's Office, the measures provided for in section 1 that have been requested for a maximum period of twenty-four hours will be deemed to have been agreed upon, within which the judge will have to rule on the request. as well as on the relevance of agreeing on the secrecy of the proceedings. The solitary confinement and the application to the detainee or prisoner of any of the exceptions referred to in the previous section will be agreed upon by order, and the reasons that justify the adoption of each of the exceptions to the general regime must be motivated in accordance with the provisions of article 509.
The judge will effectively control the conditions under which the solitary confinement takes place, to which end he may require information in order to verify the status of the detainee or prisoner and respect for his rights.
3. Medical examinations of detainees whose right to communicate with all or any of the people with whom they have the right to do so are restricted will be carried out with a frequency of at least two examinations every twenty-four hours, according to optional criteria.
art 527 lecrim
Article 527 of the Criminal Procedure Law refers to the deprivation of certain rights to the detainee or prisoner in certain cases and circumstances.
Article 527 of the Criminal Procedure Law is found within Title VI, dedicated to summons, detention and provisional prison. More specifically in Chapter IV on the exercise of the right to defense, the assistance of a lawyer and the treatment of detainees and prisoners.
- Criminal Procedure Law
- Title VI. Of the summons, the arrest and the provisional prison