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  • Notice and/or Service on Opposing Party

A Subpoena is a legal document that is signed by the Clerk of the Court commanding that a person appear to provide testimony or produce documentation or any other information that is in their possession, custody, or control. This document will include where and when to appear as well as what documents need to be produced (if any). Moreover, there are certain duties and rights that the person responding to the subpoena must abide by and be informed of. For this reason, the subpoena will need to clearly describe those duties and rights. Once the Clerk of Court signs off on the subpoena, it must be served by a person over the age of 18 that is not party to the case with proof of service (when applicable), filed with the Clerk of Court.  If a party fails to obey a subpoena, they may be held in contempt of court.

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