You need to consult with your criminal defense attorney or hire one in your area that practices in that federal court to speak with the AUSA who is prosecuting the case. If served with a federal subpoena who have to respond or get counsel to make a motion to quash. You need legal advice NOW!
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Mr. Mascangi hit the nail on the head. Do as he recommends.
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