The prosecutor argued that J.D.B. had never been in custody, only in school, and that no reasonable person would have believed he or she was in custody. [emphasis added]
Wendy McElroy, “When Police Interrogate Children,” The Freeman
Yes, because no “reasonable person” would ever associate being held captive for seven hours a day in a state-run institution with being “in custody.” Only a crazy person would think such a thing!
(Via Rad Geek.)