Interrogations of children

The Supreme Court will hear argument tomorrow in a case important to military practitioners.  What’s the law when NCIS, OSI, CGIS, CID, drags your child out of the courtroom and coerces them into admitting that a parent (usually the father) has abuse them?

SCOTUSBlog has this:  Argument preview: Do Fourth Amendment warrant requirements attach to the in-school interview of a child whom authorities suspect may be the victim of sexual abuse at home?

On March 1, the Court will hear one hour of oral argument in the consolidated cases of Camreta v. Greene (No. 09-1454) and Alford v. Greene (No. 09-1478).

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