How long do i have to turn this in before trial
Without knowing what court you are in, and what the procedural history is (discovery requests, scheduling orders, etc.), it is hard to give an answer. Generally speaking, it is not the best idea to spring surprise defenses- even in district court. It is also not generally advisable to litigate pro se, when the other side is represented by counsel.
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notarized letter about what? That is unless the subject and purpose is known there is no way of responding.
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