I sent out a subpoena for records for my child's medical records when I received the records I sent notice of intent to introduce medical records and copies of the records but I didn't send notice of subpoena to the other party first. I am actually already by court order allowed to receive these records. The clerk set a hearing of Release of Materials. Can I argue the other party wasn't harmed because I am already entitled to those records and that the other party not surprised by records because other party took the child to the doctor where the records were made? I know I messed up and I will apologize but the other parties attorney did the same thing last year (send subpoena for records without notice to me) I was just following his procedure.