My question involves a speeding ticket from a national park ranger. I was issued 36 CFR 4.21 (c) for speeding. I asked for trial and am trying due process defense by asking for information to prepare for trial (court is US District Court). I sent a detailed discovery subpoena to the prosecution asking for under FOIA among other things ranger's ticket notes, SMD calibration/testing proof, tuning fork calibration/testing proof, officer's training record, department guidelines/operator manual, witness list. I sent this letter by certified mail and requested to respond within 10 calendar days (the trial is in couple of weeks after the deadline). The prosecution didn't respond within that timeframe but on the 12th day after their receipt of my discovery subpoena sent an "email" to me with only 3 documents (officer's ticket, tuning fork testing proof, SMD testing proof) out of which the last two documents are completely unreadable since they were scanned in.
My question is what federal law/case should I refer to specifically in my defense to the court (I plan to write to them before the trial to save time by not having to go out of state for the trial) to request motion to dismiss for not following "due process" by the prosecution by not responding within my reasonable timeline and not submitting all the necessary documents (which are legible) to prepare for my defense?
thanks in advance for your help!