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How long does it take to subpoena phone records for a case?

Chicago, IL |

What is the average time? 1 week? 1 month?

Attorney Answers 4

  1. There is no real average as it depends upon the phone company, but count on a month. The subpoena will reflect a return date and the Keeper of Records must comply, assuming the time given is reasonable.

  2. 1 month is a reasonable timeframe.

  3. Although several weeks may elapse to receive the requested materials due to some human errors such requests may take longer in other instances.

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