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I know wveryone will say i need a lawyer but i have two criminal cases and a divorce case. i needed to have one be pro se. I need recorded phone calls from an insurance company located in Ohio. I have my divorce and live in NH. The Court told me they have nothing to do with subpoenas. When I asked the counterstaff if a judge needed to sign one she just repeated the same statement. This is odd because NH has a subpoena form on their website. Do I really just address it to the custodian of records at the company stating what I need and the timeframe, send it registered mail, and wait for the items to be faxed and/or mailed? I need them before August 6th. Any help is appreciated. I'm going to send on Monday.