Free E-Book: Subpoena Compliance, Appearance, Objection, and Protective Orders in Tennessee Mental Health Practice
At some point in your capacity as a Tennessee mental health professional, you, a colleague, or an associate will be served with a subpoena for information about a patient. In that situation, psychiatrists, psychologists, therapists, licensed social workers, and counselors alike need instructive reference materials at their fingertips. Subpoenas seldom allow the luxury of time to contemplate next moves. Adding to the professional’s already overflowing schedule, there is no time to waste and little time for deliberation. After reading through this e-book on Subpoena Compliance, Appearance, Objection, and Protective Orders in Tennessee Mental Health Practice, file it away for that rainy day which, like all stormy weather, is inevitable. Although this e-book is not legal advice, the information provided herein is current through the end of 2013. Laws do change. Judges can and do interpret laws differently. Therefore, always seek competent legal advice about your specific situation.