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A subpoena compels the person served to comply with whatever is requested in the subpoena. If a person is compelled to appear and testify in court or other legal proceeding, they are under a legal obligation to do so. If a subpoena requires that a person produce certain documents or other items, they are legally required ...

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THE DO's DO take a subpoena seriously. It has the force of a court order. That doesn't ... Your credibility as a witness is in some small degree judged by your clothing. DO give your attorney everything in ... Even if it makes you feel stupid to say it, sometimes "I don't know" is the right answer. DON'T help. It is human nature to ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/what-are-my-rights-as-a-subpoenaed-witness--1991036.html

You should hire an attorney, yes. Refusal by you is a serious matter and you should seek in person Legal Advice in the protections of an attorney client relationship with counsel.

www.ohiobar.org/ForPublic/Resources/LawFactsPamphlets/Pages/LawFactsPamphlet-20.aspx

Apr 10, 2014 ... Witnesses who refuse to answer questions they believe may incriminate them do not waive their rights, as defendants do, if they begin answering other questions. The court can, however, order a witness to testify through a “subpoena.” In such a case, the witness must honor a properly issued and served ...

www.justice.gov.nt.ca/en/going-to-court-as-a-witness-or-victim

A witness can be subpoenaed (ordered to attend court) as set out in the Criminal Code of Canada or by a criminal proceeding in the NWT. Witnesses are called to court to answer ... If anyone tries to get you to alter your testimony, tell the Crown attorney or the police right away. Harassing or attempting to influence a witness ...

www.justice.gov/usao-wdwi/victimwitness-program/information-individuals-subpoenaed-court

Jul 16, 2015 ... Information For Individuals Subpoenaed To Court ... You have the right to decide whether you want to discuss the case with any attorney or investigator for either the United States or the defense. ... If requested, we will contact your employer and outline your responsibility as a subpoenaed federal witness.

www.justice.gov/usao-nj/victim-witness/handbook

Mar 24, 2015 ... If you are a victim or a witness, the Victim-Witness Program of the United States Attorney's office can help you understand the rights given to you by law. ..... Only an Assistant United States Attorney, a stenographer, and the witnesses subpoenaed to deliver grand jury testimony are allowed in the grand jury ...

www.lawqa.com/qa/what-are-my-rights-as-subpoenaed-witness-against-my-brother-by-da-on-not-being-able-to-testify

I would need further information to answer better, but generally you are subpoenaed you have to testify. You should consult/hire an attorney for your specific situation. Answer Applies to: New York. Replied: 11/29/2012. Lawrence Lewis | Lawrence Lewis, PC. As a witness you do not have any right to remain ...

www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/subpoena-to-testify.html

Oct 12, 2017 ... If you have been subpoenaed to testify at a legal proceeding, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney, especially if you think your testimony may incriminate you. A lawyer can protect your rights and help you file an objection to the subpoena if there are legal grounds for doing so.