How do I serve a Deposition Subpoena for Production of Business Records in a State Court jurisdiction?
Service may be made upon a person having custody of the subpoenaed records. Generally, the subpoena is directed to the custodian of records of the business. Service may be made on the person or company, the person authorized to accept service for the company or an the person in control of the business records. Service on a business should be made in accordance with the statues governing personal service
of a business. A Witness fee
must be included with the Subpoena. The Subpoena must be served 15 days before the hearing date
. (CCP 2020.230 (b)
, CCP 2020.410 (c)
, EC 1563 (b) (6)
How much does it cost to serve a Deposition Subpoena for Production of Records (Duces Tecum)
The fee to serve a Subpoena for Records on a Routine Basis is $125 plus a $15 witness fee. If you need it served faster than Routine, there is an additional Rush Fee of $50, making the total $190. To Order Services Click Here!
How do I serve a Subpoena for Personal Appearance for a State Court?
The witness must be personally served if the subpoena is to compel personal attendance at a hearing or deposition. Service may not be made by substituted service. If the witness is personally served and does not attend as directed, he or she could be ...
How much does it cost to serve a Subpoena for Personal Appearance in a Federal Court?
The cost for serving a Federal Subpoena on a "Routine Basis" is $150 per person/per address. If you need the Subpoena served faster than Routine, then there is an addition "Rush Fee" of $50, making the total cost $200. To Order Services Click Here!
How do I serve a Subpoena for Personal Appearance for a Federal Court?
A Federal Subpoena must be personally served. When a witness is served with a Federal Subpoena in a Civil Case compelling his or her attendance, the Subpoena must accompany a witness fee for one day's attendance and a milage fee to. (FRCivP 45 (b)) ...
How do I serve a Subpoena for Personal Appearance to a Peace Officer, State, County or City Employee?
To serve a PEACE OFFICER OR OTHER CALIFORNIA STATE, COUNTY OR CITY EMPLOYEE Service on a Peace Officer or other State, County or City employee testifying in his/her capacity may be served by delivering a copy and the witness fee to the person ...