Family Caseworkers Are Like Cops, But They Don’t Tell Parents Their Rights
New York families are organizing to require caseworkers to give parents a Miranda-like warning informing them of their rights in so-called “child welfare” investigations.
Children Can Be On Their Own When Grilled By Police. The Push for Protection is Growing
Several states, including Maryland, are considering bills to protect minors from abusive police interrogations.
Her Lawyers Say She Was Coerced To Plead Guilty To A Crime That Never Happened
Accused of shaking a baby to death and facing the death penalty, Amy Wilkerson says she is innocent, but pleaded guilty to spare her life.
The Supreme Court’s War on Miranda Rights in America
For decades, the Court has been carving out generous exceptions and crafting new rules that limit the Miranda warning’s real-world impact.