In clay county Missouri do I have to file certificate of representation pro se to request a discovery for a restraining

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Customer: In clay county Missouri do I have to file certificate of representation pro se to request a discovery for a restraining order
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No, if you're representing yourself then you should not have to file a certificate of representation. Has someone with the court told you that you need to file one?

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No I have not been told I need to file one. I'm more curious if I have to file one to request a discovery of documents or also if there is a way to get a copy of the full statement that was submitted to the court for the restraining order prior to court and if I can do I have to file as pro se in order to do it
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Yes, you should be able to request it from the court clerk once you have been served with the restraining order.

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I have already been served what I'm asking is the copy of the petition that was filed seems incomplete and I would like to have the complete statement is this possible?
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Yes. You should be able to get that from the court clerk. It would be part of the record that has been filed.

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Do I have to file a request on paper or just go up and ask?
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I would email first to make sure there's not a local form that they need.

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