Duggar sisters Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald broke their silence about the scandal that's shaken up their family in an exclusive interview with Megyn Kelly.

But should Josh Duggar's juvenile records have been released in the first place? Could the Duggar family take legal action against the police chief who released the records to In Touch Weekly and the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette?

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Criminal defense attorney Eric Guster and trial attorney Heather Hansen appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" to debate the issue.

Guster said that the Duggars have a valid case because juvenile records are supposed to be sealed.

Hansen disagreed and said that the records were not automatically sealed because when police investigated the case, Josh was over 18. She noted that no one in the family moved for the records to be sealed or expunged.

"Therefore, it is a public record and they had to respond to the Freedom of Information Act request," Hansen said.

Guster countered that youthful offender and juvenile records are determined by the age at the time of the offense, not the investigation.

Watch the full debate in the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.

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