I am acting as Pro Per. I have had a disposition subpoena served for a copy of a phone conversation my Ex-Husband had with one of my creditors in which he used false information to again access to my financial records. The creditor has been served the subpoena by a third party. I understand the subpoenaed documents are to be returned to the deposition officer. What does the deposition officer do with the documents? Do they give them to me? Do they file them with the court first and I get a copy from the court? If I am given the originals do I file a copy with the court and send a copy to the other party? Do the documents need to stay in a sealed envelope until my court hearing?
Did you subpoena them for the hearing or just general discovery? Did you request the person to appear at hearing? Generally, if it's just a production, the deposition officer copies them, gives you an estimate and then sends them to you. Here's a thought: call the deposition officer and ask them how they handle these situations.
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