Under Criminal Law, can the Judge (e.g. in the Supreme Court) order a Psychiatric Assessment on the accused, if they think it's relevant to the case? And can the Accused's Barrister also give a range of defences, why they don't think that should be required? And does the court have to order 3 psychiatric assessments or just 1? And does the accused choose his/her psychiatrist or does the court choose the psychiatrist/s? Can you also in court have a paid doctor in your legal counsel team interpret medico-legal reports for you, and counter-claim and give expert medical analysis/opinion disagreeing with the court ordered Doctors, e,g. Psychiatrists/Orthopedic Doctors (like in domestic violence claims interpreting the nature of injuries, e.g. broken arms/legs and disagreeing with the Police Forensic report/disputing the accuracy of the forensics, e.g. a DNA testing experts in your legal team, etc)?