! This question is Educator, Esq., please. Good Afternoon. Please, could you explain me the following situation: I already submitted signature all the subpoenas to the Federal Court. The Judge issued an Order in regards ***** ***** subpoenas asking me to clarify the info about the telephone companies - if I had been or have been a customer of all the mentioned by me Companies. While I started working on my response to this Order, I found the document which was originally requested to be printed by the policeman who falsely arrested me (the same day when the documents was printed). The document says that there is no criminal records on my name. There is another "report", which I even can not call the "document", which was "printed" (as it says) and says that there are two pending "orders" on my name and one "trespass notice". Later, I found out in the local Court that there are no any records proving that I had pending "orders" described in the mentioned "report". My question is: If the "printed by [some policeman] report" can be considered as the real document which can allow the policeman to arrest the person (this report was created and printed by the policeman on the next day, on 28th, when I was in jail (18 hours)), if I did not have any criminal records by this time (and by now of course) as the printed from the computer system document said? The "printed document" performed by the communication officer does contain about 2 times less telephone numbers which I had ever had since by that time. I changed my numbers very quickly, because I was harassed on the phone by several different people. Maybe I can present to the judge (attach to my response) the computerized report saying that I did not have any criminal records at that time and there is the chance that this documents will end all the process of discovery? What kind of perfect proof can be submitted by me about the false offenses and false arrest? Thank you so much in advance!
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