Pedro v. Glenn
In Pedro v. Glenn, 8 Ariz. App. 332, 334-35, 446 P.2d 31 (1968), the Court noted that at least some examinations can be affected by the presence of third parties and held that the trial court had abused its discretion by permitting counsel and a court reporter to attend a party's psychiatric examination.
It is a useless procedure to conduct a psychiatric examination if the examination cannot be conducted in the atmosphere most conducive to permitting the examining physician to reach a sound professional opinion.
There are many facets to the personal background of an individual which are essential in a psychiatric examination.
There are questions in relation to this type of examination which go beyond the questions usually asked of a patient or an examinee in the usual physical examination. Id.