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Cooley v. Superior Court (Greenstein) - filed June 26, 2006, Second District, Div. One
Where party sought to enforce subpoena duces tecum for business records against district attorney pertaining to documents prepared by local police department and California Highway Patrol that were in district attorney’s possession, court should have denied subpoena on ground that district attorney was not custodian of records within meaning of Evidence Code Sec. 1561 because district attorney and his subordinates were not able to attest to documents’ authenticity and trustworthiness as required by section.

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