SANDRA L. WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW

CHANCERY COURT SUBPOENA
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sub·poe·na
səˈpēnə/


Law
noun
noun: subpoena; plural noun: subpoenas; noun: subpoena ad testificandum; plural noun: subpoena ad testificandums
  1. 1
    a writ ordering a person to attend a court.
    "a subpoena may be issued to compel their attendance"
Verb
verb: subpoena; 3rd person present: subpoenas; past tense: subpoenaed; past participle: subpoenaed; past tense: subpoena'd; past participle: subpoena'd; gerund or present participle: subpoenaing
  1. 1
    summon (someone) with a subpoena.
    "the Queen is above the law and cannot be subpoenaed"
    • require (a document or other evidence) to be submitted to a court of law.
      "the decision to subpoena government records"
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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