The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 75-page opinion analyzing existing law about when police may act without search warrants, upheld the decision but suggested there might be better ways to balance personal privacy rights in the context of emergency mental health evaluations.
This case is similar to what happened to Brandon Raub.
The two cases are similar in the sense we now have to be careful what we say, online or to a doctor. Welcome to America.