What is a Subpoena?

A subpoena is a command issued by a court obligating a person within its jurisdiction to appear at a certain time and place for the purpose of providing evidence in a pending matter. A subpoena ad testificandum compels a witness to appear and give testimony. A subpoena duces tecum compels a witness to appear, produce records or tangible items, and give testimony.


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