woman who alleges she was raped by her psychologist can bring testimony from other alleged victims into her case against him, a common pleas court judge has ruled.

The judge said the testimony was vital to the victim’s case since it showed the psychologist’s habit of plotting assaults on his patients. The relevance of the testimony overshadowed any prejudice to the psychologist, Lackawanna County Common Pleas Court Judge Carmen Minora said.

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