filing a subpoena
UPDATED: May 19, 2019
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filing a subpoena
Can I file a subpoena for documents even if I have not file for civil action in
federal or state court?
Asked on May 19, 2019 under Malpractice Law, Texas
S.L,. Member, California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 3 years ago | Contributor
An individual cannot issue a subpoena. You will need an attorney or a judge to issue a subpoena. It would be advisable to be represented by an attorney, who can issue a subpoena for the documents and medical records you need.
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