Preparing Subpoenas with Discovery ReprographicsSM
Specializing in Serving the Central Coast from Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties
At Commercial Process Serving, Inc., our Discovery
ReprographicsSM department can help you and your business prepare subpoenas and notices to serve
to opposing counsel, deponents, and other important parties. From the
moment you contact us, we work hard to ensure you get a legally binding
and complete document that helps protect you, your client and your case.
- Commercial Process Serving, Inc.’s subpoena services include:
- Subpoena, authorizations, and notices preparation
- Noticing Parties
- Deposition Officer assignment
- Service of Process (serving and mailing)
- Digital document storage
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What is a Subpoena?
A subpoena may also be called a witness summons. Subpoenas are time-sensitive
documents summoning a person (or persons) to testify as a witness, generally
in court. Usually, a subpoena will contain a set date and time that the
subpoenaed person must testify. Our firm can help you with the complex
process of assembling a subpoena as there are many legalities associated
How to Prepare a Subpoena in California
- Take a blank Subpoena to the clerk to have it issued.
Take a blank
Civil Subpoena (Form SUBP-001) to the clerk. If you also want the witness to bring papers to the hearing
(or trial), use a blank
Civil Subpoena (Duces Tecum) (Form SUBP-002) instead.
On the subpoena form, write in the full and correct name of the other party
- Make copies of your issued Subpoena.
Make at least 2 copies of the Subpoena. One for you and another for the
other party or witness.
Serve a copy of the
Civil Subpoena on the person you want to come to court. It must be served within a “reasonable
time” in order for the other person to be able to travel to the
hearing (or trial).
Anyone, even you, can serve your Subpoena, but this must be done IN PERSON
(not by mail).
- Return the Subpoena to the clerk before your hearing (or trial).
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