What’s in the Ed Peters subpoena and motion to quash in Eaton v. Frisby

The subpoena is included (it is a document production subpoena and not a deposition subpoena); it was issued May 2nd, suggesting that Peters has been a little hard to find, and demands production on May 23rd at 10:00 AM. It is unusual in that it refers to Judge DeLaughter almost entirely as “Bobby DeLaughter” with no honorific. It asks for

Documents between Peters or “Eaton-related …Persons with Bobby DeLaughter concerning any actual or possible transfer of anything of value (including without limitation, payments, compensation, gifts, loans… property sales… future compensation.. appointment to any position…”
Documents reflecting communications between Peters and DeLaughter about the Eaton matter, or, since January 1, 2006, about anything, but particularly about “any case pending before Bobby DeLaughter… in which no representative of the other parties participated.”
Documents relating to the Wilson v. Scruggs case.
Opinions and orders (including drafts) shown to Peters or any Eaton-related persons relating to the Eaton case, including those shown to DeLaughter, other than those all parties received at the same time. They make clear they want drafts, and want the documents in electronic form with all metadata.
Documents relating to the removal of Jack Dunbar as Special Master or the appointment of Larry Latham as Special Master, including those relating to communications with Latham or his staff.
Documents relating to any association or relationship between Peters and Mike Allred in any case before DeLaughter, and records of communications between them.
Documents with Peters’s phones, including his cell phone.
Document showing addresses where Peters “has spent more than seven nights since January 1, 2008, including any fishing camps, vacation homes, relatives or friends’ residences.”
Documents provided to government agencies in any investigation relating to DeLaughter “including statements or proffers.”
So here’s the Peters motion to quash and here’s the [link later].