Free Guide: How To Get Cell Phone Records & Text Message Records
A key litigation strategy is to obtain a party's cell phone records during the discovery phase of a lawsuit. These records often provide valuable evidence in a case.
But how does one go about getting cell phone and text message records?
Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. -- a top-rated Michigan personal injury and car accident law firm -- has released a free report that offers step-by-step instructions on how to subpoena cell phone records.
"How To Subpoena Cell Phone Records" helps litigators understand the strict compliance procedures, and details important factors and obstacles that a litigator should keep in mind when issuing a subpoena.
This easy-to-read subpoena guide also includes a list of contact information for all major phone carriers, including:
|AT&T Wireless||Century Link|
|Time Warner Cable||T-Mobile|
The eight-page subpoena guide reveals:
- How to subpoena cell phone records
- Issues obtaining cell phone records
- Tracking people by location
- Who issues a subpoena?
- Serving a subpoena
- Out-of-state subpoenas
- Sample subpoena forms
- Cellular telephone subpoena guide
How To Get Our Free Cell Phone Subpoena Guide
To receive your free copy of the "How To Subpoena Cell Phone Records" report, simply fill out a form below.
Once you submit your information, you will be emailed a digital copy of the report within minutes.
Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. Legal Disclaimers
The information in this handguide is not intended to provide legal advice.
All persons reading the report should independently determine the proper uses of subpoenas in their jurisdiction and comply with the jurisdictional requirements for issuing and serving subpoenas.
Attorneys should also comply with all procedural requirements set by statute, court rule or court order for the admission of subpoenaed cell phone records and text messages at the time of trial.
The information and contact numbers in the guide may change over time. Litigants are urged to call the carrier to confirm all information before issuing a subpoena for the records.