Charlie Sheen wants to block evidence from trial

charlie-sheen-getty.jpg Charlie Sheen's lawyers want statements he made to police on Christmas Day barred from his upcoming trial on assault and domestic violence charges.

Sheen's legal team has filed motions in Colorado asking the court, among other things, to exclude what he told Aspen police on Dec. 25 when officers questioned him following wife Brooke Mueller's 911 call. They argue that when the cops showed up at his house, he was for all intents and purposes "in custody" (even before he was arrested) and that officers should have read him his Miranda rights before questioning him.