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Can a Juvenile Be Questioned By Police Without a Parent Present in Alabama?
Can a Juvenile Be Questioned By Police Without a Parent Present in Alabama?

If your child has been involved in a crime , you may wonder whether the police have the right to question him or her without you present. Read on to learn the answer. Children May Be Questioned, But They Don’t Have to Provide Answers Just like adults, police have the right ...

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