noun(in full subpoena ad testificandum)
- Even if it is a US bank which is ordered by a US subpoena, other common law courts have applied traditional conflict-of-laws analysis.
- Further, the day-to-day administration of criminal justice functions with many witnesses who are not under subpoena and who attend voluntarily to give evidence.
- It held that if an individual does not comply with a subpoena or order issued by the Tribunal, he could be held in contempt of the Tribunal and the specific contempt procedure could be set in motion.
verb (subpoenas, subpoenaing, subpoenaed /-nəd/)[with object]
- The appellant was unable to subpoena the necessary witnesses.
- In addition, in July several people were subpoenaed to testify about their protest activities before a grand jury convened in Missouri.
- Your office could do more, the witnesses were not subpoenaed and brought along, and the magistrate is sure to have plenty to do.
- It doesn't have the power to subpoena documents, evidence, or testimony, either.
- Criminal defendants, like civil defendants, should be able to freely conduct depositions, subpoena documents and witnesses, and serve interrogatories.
- My learned friend took you to an early stage of the proceedings where the accused had subpoenaed documents.
Late Middle English (as a noun): from Latin sub poena 'under penalty' (the first words of the writ). Use as a verb dates from the mid 17th century.
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