Tag Archives: Tamar Birckhead

Tuesday’s Children and the Law News Roundup

Here’s a look at today’s top stories affecting children’s rights, juvenile justice, and education: Visa offers path for immigrant youth in state care, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Maria Boudet has no memory of Mexico or how she came to the United States. What she does remember is the year she turned 16 and found out she was […]

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 […]