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As of yesterday I Am getting sued for a private school loan that is in default. I was sent a summons (that wasn't filed) back in April and from that time I had been communicating with the attorney who is now suing me. Anyway, on two separate occasions I asked that she send a copy of the original statement from the lender and both times I had never heard back from her. Is that something I'm allowed to do and Is that something I could use against her in court?