So can I re-send the subpoena to the secretary of the air force - he is air guard full time - AGR - will the judge in family court sign off on it if my attorney requests her too. Also you did not answer my question concerning serving a subpoena on his commander for a deposition hearing - I want to request his commander to give testimony at a deposition but will serve the subpoena on him at his home - not the guard. Also I did not serve the subpoena(for the records) on the JAG-it was served on the unit personal office at the base per the information told to us by the unit commander - the subpoena's were forwarded onto the local JAG office and they called and said they would not release the information. I also requested that my husband produce this information through discovery about a week ago - can I get it that way?
Are you going to answer my reply questions -
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