The opinion was issued on August 19, 2020, by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky. The case concerns whether a child protective services investigator had qualified immunity when she coerced a parent into allowing her into the home without a warrant, and then once in the home forcing the children to remove their clothing for a physical examination to detect physical or sexual abuse although none had been alleged. The court ruled that the investigator and a sheriff's deputy who assisted did not qualify for qualified immunity; they acted outside the scope of their . . .
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