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I'm in pro per & need access to, & copies of one or two small sections of 2 deposition transcripts to complete a motion for summary judgment, which I believe, will cause this case to be dismissed. The transcripts in their entirety are very lengthy and expensive--thousands of dollars, most of which frankly, are extraneous. I can't afford the cost of complete copies.
The court reporting co. makes its bread and butter on these things (I get that), & I don't wish to deny them $ for the services provided, but I don't believe that they can force us to purchase the "whole cow" when all we need is a "pound of ground beef." They won't allow us access to identify specific sections that we need, stating the only way that happens is if we buy the whole thing sight unseen. Can they do this legally?If they can't do this legally, can you point me to the correct sections of the Code Civ. Proc. so that I can address this matter on the correct legal footing? If we can inspect the final version of the transcript, we can identify the specific pages needed and then pay for those sections.