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I am in civil court for a case that is without merit in my opinion. The attorneys are suing me for a debt that is not mine, and I know nothing about. And I have been served with discovery where they ask for so much personal info I don't think they have a right too. For instance, they want to know all of my addresses for the last 15 years and provide document of them. My opinion is that they don't need to know that, and that is not relevant. Is it? Besides, the only document I can find has my current address. How can I go forward with just providing my address that they have, as that is all they should need. Is there a proper answer that I could provide without breaking the "rules", which I am worried about doing so.?