It is unconstitutional for state officials to remove a child from school to be examined for signs of sexual abuse when there is time to obtain a court order, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled.

A divided court also said in Tenenbaum v. New York City, 97-9488, that caseworkers will no longer receive qualified immunity from due process allegations if they remove a child absent a genuine emergency.

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