I am a witness to a case (not a party) involving a Plaintiff tenant (a sibling) whom is suing a Defendant landlord. I've been informed that the Defendant has sent a subpoena duces tecum to my bank for my bank statements for a period of time that is factually irrelevant to the subject incident of the lawsuit. As a witness, can I independently file a motion to quash the subpoena of which requests my bank statements? Alternatively, can I file a motion to quash of which specifically requests that the subpoena be modified to a more relevant period of time to the subject incident? If I can't do it, can the Plaintiff file the Motion to Quash on my behalf?
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