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In the case of custody, can a court order an MRI for a parent

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In the case of custody, can a court order an MRI for a parent that is suspected of being a sociopath?

A court may Order any type of behavioral testing to help ascertain if a parent is fit enough to share in custody.

An MRI, however, may be construed and argued that it is an "invasion of privacy". But there are many psychological tests that can be Court Ordered and conducted.

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