Updated: May 5, 2020
A subpoena is a writ (i.e. a written command requiring the performance or abstention of a specific act) issued by a court. A subpoena can be a summons for a person to provide testimony at a trial, testify during the early stages of an investigation, or provide physical evidence relevant to the case at a specific date and time. A subpoena ad testificandum requires the named individual appear and give oral testimony before a court, or other legal authority. A subpoena duces tecum requires the named individual produce documents, materials, or other tangible evidence.
When service of a subpoena does not comply with Georgia law service is ineffective. Avoid ineffective service by hiring a process server to serve the subpoena in your case. When you need subpoenas served, you need process servers you can count on. Ensure your subpoena is served in a timely and legal fashion.
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