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Each record is regulated and has its own disposition/retention schedule, which indicates the minimum length of time the record must be kept. A record’s retention period is based on its administrative, fiscal, legal or historical value.
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Yes, you must go to court. If you fail to do so, the judge may impose a fine or a jail sentence. Be sure to bring your subpoena with you to court.
A public record is a document regardless of physical form or characteristic and regardless of whether public access to it is open or restricted under the laws of the state, created or received by the county or any of its officers or employees pursuant to law or in the transaction of public business are records. Forms of public records can be: