Q: How do I obtain text messages from Verizon when a client is wanting to sue me? I need proof through texts.
I need to obtain text messages from a year ago from my cell phone account. I’ve been through the steps through Verizon but they are not accessible through my iCloud. I need to find another alternative to pull those messages prior to having to take it to court. Is there a way that can be done? These messages state that I am in the clear and my client is incorrect.
A: You could try subpoenaing them, but your attorney should already know that, unless it's small claims court or you don't have an attorney. You also have no guarantee that you'd get them, since Verizon is under no obligation to keep a copy of your messages for that long.
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