Student's Attempt to Seal File of Mental Hospitalization Is Denied
An upstate New York college student who was involuntarily committed for a mental health evaluation after invoking the name "Columbine" during a dispute with officials is not entitled to the sealing of psychiatric records, a state appeals court ruled March 9.
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