subpoena duces tecum

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a writ issued by a court at the request of one of the parties to a suit

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The measure grants the PNP chief, the CIDG director and the deputy director for administration the authority to administer oath and to issue subpoena and subpoena duces tecum in relation to the investigation of cases.
On the other hand, the subpoena duces tecum, aside from the purpose and nature of the inquiry and the name of the addressee, 'shall also contain a reasonable description of the books, documents or things demanded which must be relevant to the investigation.
We have to issue a subpoena duces tecum so that the BIR also has some documents to immediately consult their legal adviser, which is the Office of the Solicitor General, and that would trigger the immediate procurement of the documents,' Oaminal said.
On or about April 2, 2014, defendant served a subpoena duces tecum upon TD Bank, located at 1701 Route 70, East Cherry Hill, NJ 08034.
Part II of this article outlines the legislative background which led Congress to authorize the subpoena duces tecum at an Article 32 investigation.
DeJordy (4) and examine the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals's application of the doctrine of tribal sovereign immunity to a motion to quash third-party subpoenas duces tecum issued to tribal officials of the Oglala Nation of the Pine Ridge Reservation ("Tribe").
Grand juries use the subpoena duces tecum to request and collect
Macy's opinions and some additional information, Jeanette served a notice of subpoena duces tecum to take the deposition of officials of KaMMCO.
It also requires any subpoena duces tecum issued by any court or administrative agency to include the legend, "No person shall comply with a subpoena for records or communications under this Act, unless the subpoena is accompanied by a written order authorizing the issuance of the subpoena or the disclosure of the records.
Army HCPs who are subpoenaed to testify at a deposition or trial frequently receive a subpoena duces tecum to produce pertinent medical records.
A subpoena duces tecum is a command to a person or organization to appear at a specified time and place and: (1) to bring certain designated documents in his custody or control; (2) to produce the documents; and (3) to testify as to their authenticity, as well as any other matter concerning the documents to which proper inquiry is made.
It should be noted, however, that the Rhenquist Court passed up such an opportunity in its 1997 denial of certiorari in In re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum.
Differences Between a Subpoena Duces Tecum and a Search Warrant