written order requiring a person to appear in a low courtÂ
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- a writ issued by court authority to compel the attendance of a witness at a judicial proceeding 2. [v] - serve or summon with a subpoena
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In law, an order requiring someone who might not otherwise come forward of his or her own volition to give evidence before a court or judicial official at a specific time and place. A witness who...
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A summons issued to a person directing their attendance in Court to give evidence
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subpoena ad testificandum noun
a writ issued by court authority to compel the attendance of a witness at a judicial proceeding; disobedience may be punishable as a contempt of court
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• (v. t.) To serve with a writ of subpoena; to command attendance in court by a legal writ, under a penalty in case of disobedience. • (n.) A writ commanding the attendance in court, as a witness, of the person on whom it is served, under a penalty; the process by which a defendant in equity is commanded to appear and answer the plaintiff
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formal instrument issued by a court, grand jury, legislative body or committee, or duly authorized administrative agency commanding an individual to ... [1 related articles]
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Command to appear at a certain place and time to give testimony on a matter.
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A subpoena is `a command to appear at a certain time and place to give testimony upon a certain matter.` The term is from the Middle English suppena and the Latin phrase sub poena meaning `under penalty.` The term may also be spelled `subpena.` A subpoena is used to compel the testimony of witnesses in a trial or other adversarial proceedi
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subpoena (supē'nu) [Lat.,=under penalty], in law, an order to a witness to appear before a court. A subpoena ad testificandum [Lat.,= to testify under penalty], the technical term denoting an ordinary subpoena, is a command for an individual to appear at a particular time and place to test...
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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. A process to cause a witness to appear and give testimony, commanding him to lay aside all pretences and excuses, and appear before a court or magistrate therein named, at a time therein mentioned, to testify..
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(n) (suh-pea-nah) It is the order issued by court directing any person or witness to be personally present before the court at the designated place and time . If the person fails to appear as required court can initiate contempt of court procedures against him
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n. the original spelling of subpena, still commonly used.
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A subpoena is a writ issued out of a court of justice, commanding the person to whom it is addressed to present themselves in court at a specified time, under penalty if they fail to comply. Subpoenas are used to compel witnesses to attend.
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In law, an order requiring someone who might not otherwise come forward of his or her own volition to give evidence before a court or judicial official at a specific time and place. A witness who fails to comply with a subpoena is in contempt of court
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A subpoena ə (also subpœna) is a writ issued by a government agency, most often a court, that has the authority to compel testimony by a witness or production of evidence under a penalty for failure. There are two common types of subpoena: ==Etymology== The term subpoena is from the Middle English suppena and the Latin phrase sub poena meaning .
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Writ which requires a person to appear in court to give evidence.
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Legal process which commands a witness to appear and testify.
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A subpoena compels the appearance of a person at a trial to testify and to produce documents. A subpoena is a court order, and if properly issued and disobeyed, the disobedient person could be in contempt of court.
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A process directing a witness to appear and give testimony at a certain time and in a certain place.
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An official summons which requires a witness to attend a court case and testify at a specific time and place. Failure to do so may result in them being punished for contempt of court
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