In a rare Order granting a defendant’s Motion to Quash, the Colorado District Court stated that the subpoena issued July 13, 2016 to Comcast was quashed because “Plaintiff attached to the subpoena a spreadsheet containing information different than that on which the motion for early discovery was based.”
The case is Criminal Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-30 1:16-cv-01724.
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