If you are a party to the case then you should get it. If not, then just ask the D.A. and/or the defense attorney in the case; or, go get the file in the court house - the criminal case file is a public record.
If you have your own civil case and this informationis needed, then subpoena it!
All the best,
your fiancee is the person who is "charged" with the crime?!? I still think you ought to be able to get what you want by following the steps in my original response - certainly your fianceee is and you can just ask him to get what you want and show it to you.
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