I am not personally a party to a civil lawsuit, but one of the parties served a subpoena to provide my personal sensitive information to the court. The subpoena was served only 6 days before the date of the deposition, and I would need to change my work and travel schedule. This is probably a bullying tactic by one of the parties to the case to advance their position, but I am not obliged to either side in the case, and I don't want to provide my personal sensitive information, especially on such a short notice and with no guarantees that they will safeguard this information. I'd like to file a court motion to quash the subpoena under CR 45, Section (c) Protection of Persons Subject to Subpoenas. Are there self-serve forms and procedures I can follow for King County Superior Court?
seek to change the date of the deposition to one better to your convenience or seek to quash the subpoena...you do not have to provide information not relevant to the law suit
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