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You would have to subpoena the records. A subpoena is a court order. So it has to be signed by a judge. If you need this for a court proceeding, you'd get the forms from the court clerk, fill out what you want to obtain and then present it to your judge to be signed. If it's relevant and necessary for your case, he'll grant it.
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