A subpoena (pronounced suh-pee-nuh) is a request for the production of
documents, ... Hand-delivered (also known as "personal delivery" method);; E-
mailed to the last ... A person who receives a subpoena should otherwise consult
with an ...
How should I respond to a Summons and Complaint delivered to my Campus
office? ... What if I have no records to produce as described in the Subpoena?
In either kind of case, a subpoena may require you to provide documents. A
subpoena must be delivered in person. In most cases this can be done by one of
Every subpoena must: (i) state the court from which it issued;. (ii) state the title of
the action and its civil-action number;. (iii) command each person to whom it is ...
DO NOT send the documents directly to the person who issued the subpoena;
they should be sent to the court, at the address specified on the subpoena.
Jun 14, 2012 ... Any valid subpoena should include a caption which identifies the name of the
court or body issuing the subpoena, the names of the parties to ...
The subpoena duces tecum specifies where, and by what date and time, the
documents or evidence should be delivered. Alternatively, the subpoena may ...
However, if you object to the terms of the subpoena, then you must inform the ...
the scope of the subpoena, set a more reasonable deadline for you to deliver the
Serving subpoenas is not an easy task, and should be dealt with seriously. Many
legal proceedings require a subpoena to be served. A subpoena is served ...
Jul 10, 1986 ... Personal delivery is required. ... You also must be served with the subpoena
early enough to allow a reasonable time for preparation and travel.