The parents of a student fatally shot on the Pennsylvania State University’s main campus can have access to the alleged gunwoman’s mental health records, a common pleas court judge has ruled.
In the past, mental health records were generally left under lock and key in civil cases. The latter half of this decade, however, has seen more state court judges willing to expose such records.
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