Another Courtroom Assault on the Confidentiality of the Psychotherapist-Patient Relationship
Leong, Gregory B.
Silva, J. Arturo
Journal of Forensic Sciences. 1995 Sep; 40(5): 862-864.
The therapeutic and legal protections afforded by California's psychotherapist-patient privilege have become increasingly eroded in such recent cases as People v. Wharton and Menendez v. Superior Court. In another capital case, People v. Webb, the California Supreme Court further erodes this privilege in regard to the private (confidential) treatment records of a prosecution witness. The Webb case and its possible implications are explored.
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