As pro se defendant I am to issue request for production of documents and photos to plaintiff. What should I ask the to be produced? Or shall I request copies?
Honestly, if you are asking such basic questions, its a clear sign that you are simply not prepared to be a pro-se plaintiff. This stated, you should immediately find a way to retain legal counsel to handle your case or consider some OTHER means of resolution than a lawsuit, which is likely to simply make things worse. As to WHAT you should ask to be produced, this would depend entirely on the type of case and existence of specific items you think exist that would be admissible in evidence at trial.
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As to location, make the location the office of Plaintiff's attorney's office. As to what to request, that would depend on the nature of the case.
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