Georgia. can a school resource (police) officer violate settled standards of juvenile interrogation?
it appears to me, based on many settled and cited cases in the law, notably In Re Gault, that if a police officer is going to question a juvenile in the course of an investigation, or an arrest, that he MUST inform the juvenile's parents of the specific nature of what their child is specifically up against, AND inform both the parents AND the juvenile of the juvenile's right to counsel during such questioning, and that these and sometimes even more careful measures must be taken to protect the rights of the juvenile. this is not a dress rehearsal question, and i would appreciate any and all serious and educated answers. in addition, i would appreciate the help of any legal professional in invoking and securing these rights for a real life event.What is the name of your state?