Good Morning Mr Reilly,
Thanks for your answer. It was greatly appreciated. My boyfriend will be contacting them today. Can you please tell me how I can get access to the phone records. This will show the 70-75 times this person has called our phone number. I was told that I needed a subpeona. Is that true?
Thanks You !
If a criminal case is filed, his attorney will be able to obtain the records by subpoena; or if the DA obtains them for the prosecution, the defendant gets copies through discovery.
If no criminal charges are filed, a civil suit will have to be filed to subpoena the phone records for another person's phone.
However, you should be able to obtain your own phone records without a subpoena, including records of incoming calls. You do not need a subpoena to obtain your own records.
My phone bill shows the numbers from which incoming calls were made. Doesn't yours?
No it doesn't have a list of incoming LOCAL calls. I thought that I had mention it before Mr Reillu. I was told that I had to get a subpeona to request a record of my incoming calls. i know that it may sound strange but that was what I was told. They stated it's other peoples records. How stupid is that. They are calling me, why shouldn't I know.. Thanks for your assistance.
Thanks for the time you have taken to assist me. Everything here in Arizona is so foreign to me. I am a Nebraska woman and I don't think that I will ever adapt to the
policies, procedures and laws, not to mention Ariznona is so tax crazy. Have a great
policies, procedures and laws, not to mention Ariznona is so tax crazy. I know your time is valuable, so no response to this message is necessary. I know there's many people who need your assistance and I don't want to waste your time. Have a great weekend !
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