In reference to my question concerning my filing a "motion to quash subpoena duces tecum", please provide several ctinings of case law as basis for a defendant in a civil case (myself) can file a motion to quash that was served on a 3rd party..in this case a Bank domiciled in a different state. I already filed the motioon and attorney for plaintiff has file a "countermotion". Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX
If you are able to assist with a reply to my question, I would deeeply appreciate it.
1: On gorunds would create a burden on 3rd party
2: Invasion of privacy (4th ammendment)
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