The following case says I don't. Michael B. v. Superior Court (2002) 103 Cal.App4th 1384, 127 CR2d 454. Prosecutor is arguing I do. Who wins?
Without a court order telling the prosecutor that he has to turn over the documents, the prosecutor wins - just because he says so. A subpoena does not necessarily mean that the documents requested have to be provided. The party can simply choose not to comply. Your remedy is to file a motion to compel.
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