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A subpoena from the Civil Service Commission requires someone to provide:
A subpoena is useful if someone will not voluntarily attend your hearing. You might also need one to request documents relevant to your appeal.
You can request a subpoena from the Commission if you are a party to a pending appeal.
According to Commission rules, you must request the authority to issue a subpoena. Please make your request at least 10 days before the scheduled hearing. We can waive the 10 day rule if you have a good reason.
According to Commission rules, you can oppose the other party's subpoena request. Please submit your objections within 7 days of their request. We can limit the time for your objections further to make sure the requested subpoenas are served promptly.
You are responsible for finding someone to serve a subpoena. The Civil Service Commission will not serve it for you. Find a “disinterested person” who is:
You can also use a deputy sheriff or constable to serve the subpoena for a fee.
The person serving the approved subpoena to the witness must deliver it by hand or leave it at the witness's home. If they hand deliver it, they must:
The person serving the subpoena must:
Bring this information with you to the hearing as proof that the subpoena was served.
Any witness who objects to the issuance of the subpoena can ask the Commission to cancel or change the subpoena before the hearing date. You will have an opportunity to reply to this request. You can ask the Superior Court to enforce a subpoena, requiring the attendance of a witness, if: