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You can subpoena dental records that are relevant to your current case.

Downey, CA |

my ex-wife she keep using DV against me while she had very bad teeth and bleeding
and I want to subpoena dental records to show her injury were because her teeth and gum
condition , can I do it and how ?

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Attorney answers 2


Yes you can, IF you follow ALL the procedures for a subpena for medical records, which are quite complicated. You probably should speak to an experienced attorney about the steps needed.


I agree with my colleague. If you are representing yourself, it is wise to get counsel. If you can't afford an attorney, ask the judge to appoint the public defender.

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