In a civil case a party was furnished a Request for Production of Documents according to Maryland Rules of Procedure. In the parties response, all but 1 request was objected to claiming the request was either vague and ambiguous or that the request was overly broad and unduly burdensome. Because the Request for Production of Documents was responded to I understand a motion to compel isn't the next step. But the information asked for is essential in the defense of a case. I understand attorneys use this strategy to limit the discovery of evidence to limit the opposing party to provide the information. But what is the progressive next step to possibly get a hearing to have the court decide if the information should be provided?