What is a Motion To Quash?

A motion to quash, (i.e. annul, set aside, or make void) requests that the court render invalid some litigation document or act by another party. Usually, parties are seeking to quash a subpoena, an injunction, an indictment, a service of summons, or an order from another court.

Quash Motions

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