Your question was cut off. Copy of the recorded ... hearings? That's not done through the DA's office. You can request, and pay for, a transcript of proceedings from the court reporter. The easiest way to do this is to look on CCAP. Figure out the date of the hearing, and all the way on the right is the court reporter. Your request goes through them.
Other than that, there's not a reason to talk to the DA about anything once a case has been closed. If you have any other questions, speak to the attorney who represented you on this case.
Were you represented by an attorney on the closed case? If so, that attorney should be able to give you a copy of the case file, including the police reports and any video and audio recordings. The DA's Office is not responsible for making sure you can get copies of the file and discovery unless the case is still pending. What would you want to talk to the DA about? That is the attorney whose job it is to convict you and make sure you receive adequate punishment. YOUR attorney is the one who is supposed to represent you and your interests. Contact YOUR attorney.
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