You Have The Right To A Lawyer - You Just Do Not Have The Right To A Meaningful Discussion!
The first step in rule interpretation is to read it for its plain meaning. If its susceptible to more than one meaning then the Court will look to what they think it means. That is a pretty obvious approach and it makes sense. As I read the rule it all seems pretty obvious. . .once in custody of police, or in other words once a person is arrested they are to be afforded the opportunity to speak with a lawyer if they want to.