Is there a particular form to use for acquiring a deposition testimony from a witness?

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Is there a particular form to use for acquiring a deposition testimony from a witness?
01/03/2007   |   Category: Discovery ยป Depositions   |   State: ALL   |   #55

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A subpoena is an order directed to an individual commanding him to appear in court on a certain day to testify or produce documents in a pending lawsuit. The power to subpoena a person is granted officers of the court, such as clerks of courts, attorneys and judges. A person may be subpoenaed to appear in court or any designated location to provide testimony for trial or deposition or produce documents or other evidence. Subpoenas for attendance at a deposition, hearing or trial shall be issued either by the clerk of the court in which the case is docketed, or by one of counsel whose appearance has been entered in the particular case in which the subpoena is sought. A subpoena requiring the attendance of a witness at a deposition, hearing or trial may be served any place within the state. See a sample subpoena at
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