The judge made a decision based on my child’s accusations and my ex-wife’s boyfriend’s criminal record, which I had not seen. Am I privy to see the criminal record of the boyfriend or do I have to subpoena records ? I am pro se and I’m doing this all on my own and have done pretty well considering...
You are privied to everything the other side presents to the court .
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