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Message ID: 8816
Date: 2011-02-25

Author:Raelene Freitag

Subject:RE: Greene v. Camreta

http://www.scribd.com/collections/2823030/Greene-v-Camreta-U-S-Supreme-Court-Merit-and-Amicus-Briefs The case is now before the Supreme Court, with arguments expected March 1. The link above covers briefs filed on both sides, including one by the NASW. Raelene Freitag MSW, Ph.D. Director Children's Research Center 426 S. Yellowstone Drive Madison, WI 53719 608-831-1180 www.nccd-crc.org CRC is a nonprofit social research organization and division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency Please do not send any identifying or confidential information (names, birthdates) via Email. It is possible for third parties to intercept information transmitted in an Email. Case or referral numbers (but not social security numbers) may be included where necessary. Intercepting persons cannot use these numbers to identify a client unless they have access to the host application or database. From: bounce-8481820-13366172@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-8481820-13366172@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of D F MCMAHON Sent: Friday, February 25, 2011 2:13 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Greene v. Camreta Just curious: I've looked at a range of sources regarding policy review/revision within the 9th circuit following its decision concerning child abuse interviews conducted in public schools--especially in Oregon, where the decision has been most pertinent. Is anyone aware of any attempts to assess the impact, if any, of this decision on investigations within the 9th circuit? Sheri McMahon ND

http://www.scribd.com/collections/2823030/Greene-v-Camreta-U-S-Supreme-Court-Merit-and-Amicus-Briefs The case is now before the Supreme Court, with arguments expected March 1. The link above covers briefs filed on both sides, including one by the NASW. Raelene Freitag MSW, Ph.D. Director Children's Research Center 426 S. Yellowstone Drive Madison, WI 53719 608-831-1180 www.nccd-crc.org CRC is a nonprofit social research organization and division of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency Please do not send any identifying or confidential information (names, birthdates) via Email. It is possible for third parties to intercept information transmitted in an Email. Case or referral numbers (but not social security numbers) may be included where necessary. Intercepting persons cannot use these numbers to identify a client unless they have access to the host application or database. From: bounce-8481820-13366172list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-8481820-13366172list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of D F MCMAHON Sent: Friday, February 25, 2011 2:13 AM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: Greene v. Camreta Just curious: I've looked at a range of sources regarding policy review/revision within the 9th circuit following its decision concerning child abuse interviews conducted in public schools--especially in Oregon, where the decision has been most pertinent. Is anyone aware of any attempts to assess the impact, if any, of this decision on investigations within the 9th circuit? Sheri McMahon ND