Hi. Background: I am a certified mental patient in Canada. I want to move to Toronto, but my psychiatrist won't let me. So I am applying for a review panel hearing, which is like a tribunal. A small court. Anyway, I fear my psychiatrist might bring up WHY I want to go to Toronto as to make my case weaker. I consider this possible act to be irrelevant, seeing as how bringing up the reasons why I want to go to Toronto has nothing to do with whether I am in fact allowed by the law to do so. I also consider it to be an invasion of my privacy. It is because of these reasons, that i am considering objecting to it, if my psychiatrist should really decide to go for it.
I know I am supposed to say, "I object to my psychiatrist's bringing up why I want to go to Toronto" but I don't know how to finish that sentence. Can I say, "it is because I consider his bringing up why I want to go to Toronto to be inadmissible evidence"? I want to sound like I am arguing a law case. I want the review panel to take me and my objection seriously. Thanks.