Originally Posted by Piobaire
How often do police arrive at the scene of a domestic situation and wait to question the caller until her attorney shows up? I'm sure you're correct it's just I've never heard of police waiting around for attorneys to show up. Would not standard procedure be to haul everyone down to the station if the investigation required attorneys to be present?
Entirely not my field of law, so I'm not saying anything with a great knowledge base. However, I don't think it's that weird for her to call the police, who say they'll be there in 30 minutes, and then for her to call her attorney, who says he'll be there in 10 minutes. It's not really the norm to have your attorney waiting with you for the police to arrive, but she's also not the normal alleged victim in a domestic dispute. And while there's nothing that requires her attorney to be present, she probably just wanted her attorney, knowing the relatively high profile nature of the players involved.