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A subpoena is a formal written order that requires a person to appear before a court, or other legal proceedings (such as a Congressional hearing), and testify, or produce documentation. Attorneys typically request subpoenas, which are issued by the court and served through mail, email, or personal delivery.
Failure to respond to a subpoena is punishable as contempt by either the court or agency issuing the subpoena. Punishment may include monetary sanctions (even imprisonment although extremely unlikely).
A subpoena is a legal document that commands a person or entity to testify as a witness at a specified time and place (at a deposition, trial, or other hearing), and/or to produce documents or other tangible objects in a legal proceeding. Subpoenas are time-sensitive with court-imposed deadlines.
A Subpoena is a court order to come to court. If you ignore the order, the court will hold you in contempt. You could go to jail or face a large fine for ignoring the Subpoena.
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