• I'm not an attorney, but from what I've seen interrogatories typically come with a boilerplate header that says (in effect) "this is all tentative and we'll probably revise it later". So if you can get your hands on that language and get the formalisms right, I think you could proceed. You can always have the attorney look it over during initial consultation too.
  • You can but it could be harmful to your case. Lawyers are good at giving technical answers to interrogatories, while limiting the information provided. They also know the rules of civil procedure, and what questions to object to.

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