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A federal appeals court has ruled that an employer did not violate an employee’s Fourth Amendment rights when it required her to submit to a psychological evaluation even though the evaluation was two hours long and required that the employee divulge details of her personal life. The court ruled that the company had the right to do so, even without a stated reason. (Greenwalt v. Indiana Department of Correction, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 2005).

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