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Can police talk to a minor without their parent present?

My daughter came home today and told me that she was brought in for questioning at the station. They took her from school, didn't notify me, sat her down and asked her a bunch of questions about a crime that a friend of her committed. Supposedly, they are identifying her as a potential accomplice. Can they really question her without notifying me that she was being picked up? I would have told her not to say anything until an attorney was present.

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    Answer Applies to: Illinois - Replied: 4/1/2013
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