There is a duty to respond to discovery but, unless you file a motion to compel, the court doesn't know that no response has been sent. You should discuss this with your attorney. Your attorney may plan to use the lack of a response to exclude evidence that the other side might want to offer at trial. A brief meeting or phone call with your attorney should be your next step now, and any time you have a question about your case. Best of luck to you!
This answer is for informational purposes only and does not establish the attorney-client relationship. You should always consult a local, experienced attorney for advice and help.
Depending on what court you are in, this could be a major oversight on your attorneys part. Most Harris county courts won't exclude evidence until you've filed at least one motion to compel.
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