Lessons for Child Welfare from the California “Right-to-Lie” Case
In the past few years, we’ve learned a lot of ugly truths about the criminal justice system. (By “we,” I mean, those of us who are white and middle class. Poor people and people of color have known all along.)
Federal Court Case Asks: Is it Against Constitution for Caseworkers to Lie?
Is it constitutional for a caseworker to lie in court? If that question comes across to you as one with an obvious answer, consider that a court case on the subject is one stop away from the U.S.