You are probably better off just walking away and not looking back. You will make a bad situation worse. Walk away and start a new page in your life .
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There is no statute or rule that provides for a waiver of subpoena fees. You did not say why you are filing an order of protection against your ex girlfriend. If you have police reports, they will give you a copy upon request--but give yourself enough time. If you have medical reports, the health provider will give you a copy of your own medical reports. If you have people who are willing to come in as witnesses, you do not have to subpoena them--they may come voluntarily.
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