A requester who prevails in a court action may be awarded reasonable attorneys' fees and costs. D.C. Code Ann. § 2-537(c). A requester proceeding pro se is not entitled to attorney fees. Donahue v. Thomas, 618 A.2d 601 (D.C. 1992). A requester who prevails in his or her request is entitled to costs only for documents released pursuant to the action before the court. McReady v. Dep't of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs, 618 A.2d 609 (D.C. 1992); see also Donahue, 618 A.2d at 605 (remanding issue of costs for trial court to resolve conflicting rulings about which party in fact prevailed in the action).