Nothing has been filed yet. I am actually trying to ascertain whether I am going to file for divorce, or if, in fact, I am going to 'believe' that the affair is truly over. Trust is clearly an issue, and while I would like to believe that the affair and all contact is over, I feel the need to verify for my own peace of mind, so to speak.
So, if I am to understand correctly, the 'trapped' information for 'blocked' calls is, in fact, stored somewhere in the phone company's records. But, I would need to file an action of some sort and then request a subpoena duces tecum with the specific dates/times of the original 'blocked' calls that were made to the phone line in question in order to obtain the information I seek.
Is this correct?
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