Whether a suspect who asks, “Can I get an attorney?” after he has been advised of his rights under Miranda , unambiguously invokes his right to counsel, and if so, whether the State can resume the interrogation of the suspect by reading him a second set of Miranda warnings and obtaining an otherwise valid waiver.
Puzey, Brittany, "Summary of Carter v. State, 129 Nev. Adv. Op. 26" (2013). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 99.