Okay, thank you very much for providing that. If you feel as if you need to have this subpoena quashed, then the first thing you would do is get some 28 line pleading paper so that way you can submit that to the court. Generally the pleading paper can just be found on a Word document As a template. After that, then you should start listing the reasons why you believe the subpoena should be quashed. The reasons or generally based on the following:
(i) fails to allow a reasonable time to comply;
(ii) requires a person to comply beyond the geographical limits specified in Rule 45(c);
(iii) requires disclosure of privileged or other protected matter, if no exception or waiver applies; or
(iv) subjects a person to undue burden.
The reasons also may include:
(i) disclosing a trade secret or other confidential research, development, or commercial information; or
(ii) disclosing an unretained expert’s opinion or information that does not describe specific occurrences in dispute and results from the expert’s study that was not requested by a party.
Normally, a person may hire an attorney to help out with filing the motion to quash, but understand the Colorado tends to follow these general rules when it comes to finding out the reasons why you do not believe you should provide the information they are requesting.
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