How do you request trial court Writ records to be provided to another trial court location for a hearing? Do you request it at the Appeals/Apellate Division clerk where you originally filed it?
I suppose the clerk or a request from the second trial judge
But. I think the more common procedure is for the party or parties (depending on the purpose ) make copies of the pertinent papers at the first court house and if necessary have them certified as authentic be the clerk Then the copies are submitted in the second court.
Simply pull the records/information you want from the other case and then file them through a Notice of Filing with the Court. Of course this only places the documents in to your new case file and makes them readily available to all parties (and the court); and you will still need to ultimately have them entered in to evidence should you wish to rely on them in the long run. Procedure and evidence law is complicated; I would advise you get an attorney to help you through this. Good luck.
Can you clarify what you're trying to do? Was your case transferred from one trial court to another in the same courthouse? To another courthouse in the same county? To an entirely different court in a different county?
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