5. I was told by caseworkers name that if I did not tell her anything that CPS would take my child away.
Coercive or intimidating behavior supports a reasonable belief that compliance is compelled. Cassady v. Tackett, 938 F. 2d (6th Cir. 1991).
US Supreme Court
“Consent” that is the product of official intimidation or harassment is not consent at all. Citizens do not forfeit their constitutional rights when they are coerced to comply with a request that they would prefer to refuse. Florida v. Bostick, 501 US 429 (1991).
Coercion can be mental as well as physical.Blackburn v. Alabama, 361 US (1960)