Tag Archives: J.D.B v. North Carolina

What is a Parent’s Role When Their Child is Being Interrogated?

University of North Carolina Professor Tamar Birckhead wrote an interesting blog post addressing the role of parents during juvenile interrogations: The question of the proper impact and role of the parent arises most often in the context of the interrogation of juveniles.  A few states (including Colorado, Connecticut, and North Carolina) require a parent or guardian to […]