San Fagcisco November 5th Legal Troubles Raid went normal, 10ish people protested, everything went fine except for some uberfaggotry that scilons happened to dish out and now the faggots that are involved need some legal advice from the horde over this dilemma. The following situation takes place in the state of California. Party 1 occupies a building with external "security cameras" and possibly some internal "security cameras" as well. An individual intricately associated with Party 1 accuses Party 0 of battery (hereafter "[THE EVENT]") which would have taken place in the view of multiple external "security cameras", and this accusation is escalated to include police presence and possible future formal charges. How would Party 0 go about subpoenaing or otherwise obtaining from Party 1 any and all external "security camera" footage (both video and any audio) during the hours in which [THE EVENT] is alleged to have taken place? How would Party 0 go about subpoenaing or otherwise obtaining from Party 1 any and all possible internal "security camera" footage (especially any audio) during the hours in which [THE EVENT] is alleged to have taken place? Just for argument's sake, lets say that Party 1 is the organization commonly known as the "CoS". How does that affect the above? What relevant previous cases/actions/documents could/should be brought up? Are there any pitfalls to be aware of? How would Party 0 begin to mount a vigorous defense? Should Party 1 decide to not proceed with formal charges, what options does Party 0 have? If Party 1 does decide to proceed with formal charges, what information should be brought to the attention of Party 0's legal defense personnel? Are these the right questions to be asking? What other questions should be asked? What issues should Party 0 bring up with a competent legal attorney? Cocks.