Motion for Disclosure of Any Records or Notes of Psychiatric Treatment of Prosecution Witness in a sex related legal case.
Motion for disclosure is a request asking a judge to issue an order requiring the other party to disclose something. A motion to compel discovery is a motion brought by a party asking the court to compel another party, or third party, to provide certain disclosures or discovery.
Treating psychiatrists are required to release confidential information only when it is court-ordered. An attorney-issued subpoena is not a court order. When a patient authorizes consent, HIPAA grants permission for, but does not require, disclosure.
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