The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments about a Bend child abuse case Tuesday, but the high court may not actually rule on it. The Justices are looking at the constitutionality of a child's interview at school concerning whether her father sexually abused her. The girl's mother sued the police and social worker saying it was unconstitutional to interview her daughter while at school. But the justices told lawyers Tuesday that since the victim is over 17 and does not have to worry about talking with child welfare officials again, the case is moot. The Supreme Court's decision will come before June.