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Thank you for your punctual response. I sent the following email to the attorney and her response email is also included:
-----Original Message-----From: Gilberto Garbiso <XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX>To: j...........Sent: Mon, Nov 11, 2013 2:32 pmSubject: Re: Requesting InformationNovember 11, 2013 Attorney XXXXXXXX, It is my understanding that under CO Law an attorney must turn over everything in the client's files to the client upon ending of representation. ee, e.g., People v. Kuntz,908 P.2d 1110 (Colo. 1996); People v. Jamrozek, 914 P.2d 350 (Colo.1996); People v. Sigley, 917 P.2d 1253 (Colo.1996); People v. Crews, 901 P.2d 472 (Colo.1995); and People v. Tucker, 904 P.2d 1321 (Colo. 1995). It is my understanding that you meeting with me to turn over the file and telling me what it contains is not representing me, it is fulfilling your duty under the CO laws to surrender the files to me. I do not want any advice that could be deemed representation, only explanations, of what it contains. I believe the law entitles me to my files as I cannot be sure that all information you state was copied/forwarded to me was ever received on the case. Respectfully XXXXX XXXXX I expect appointment to receive my complete case file? Regards,Dr. G.. G......
Gil,I will have to pull your file out of storage and prepare it to give to you. Given my current schedule, I would like to have two weeks to get it together. It is a very large file and will take some time to sort through.Let me know if this works for you.thanks,J..........
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