Tenenbaum v. Williams
193 F.3d 581 (2d Cir. 1999)

The court expanded the Fourth Amendment rights of children, holding that social workers could not have doctors conduct medical examinations on children without the consent of the parents or a court order, In addition, the court held that, if there is enough time for a caseworker to obtain a court order, the caseworker could not remove the children from their parents without one. Children and parents may recover damages for violations.