High Court Declines to Consider Fourth Amendment Rights in Child Welfare Interviews

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to decide whether police and social workers must get a warrant before interviewing a child at school about alleged sexual abuse. In its 7-3 decision, the court found the issue was moot.

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