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subpoena

(sŭ-pē′nă)
A court order that requires a person to come to court or appear at a specific time and place to give testimony. Failure to appear can result in punishment by the court.
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OFAC said both DNI and Southern Cross specifically violated Chapter 31 of the Code of Federal Regulations u 501.602, which requires companies that receive an administrative subpoena to expeditiously provide accurate and complete information.
One potential challenge to the subpoena has already been undertaken by the President's personal attorneys, who filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking declaratory and injunctive relief with regard to the Oversight Committee's requests.
Amode's statement led to the PDP counsel, Paul Erokoro (SAN) requesting the tribunal to stand down the case for Amode to present evidence of the subpoena and that he had been asked to represent the examination body.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) on Friday announced that he has issued subpoenas for six years of President Donald Trump's tax returns, House Democrats' latest effort to obtain the returns.
Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) and JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:GS) have been subpoenaed by the House committee in relation to a case associated with US president Donald Trump.
"Therefore, Plaintiffs' Motion for a Protective Order with respect to the subpoena of Mr.
We will initiate an investigation kagaya mo and I will subpoena your mother sa ayaw mo't sa hindi.
While he welcomed the subpoena from the House of Representatives, Diokno said there was "no proper notice and not enough time" to allow him and other budget officials to adequately prepare for the House hearing.
These new standards for electronic presentment and production of subpoenaed materials will result in efficiency gains through improved quality and speed, as well as reduced processing costs.
The subpoenas target 37 entities, including 13 Trump-linked entities and the federal agency that oversees the lease for Trump's Washington hotel.
"Considering that PDEA agents and personnel are likewise called as witnesses in several drug cases, electronic service of subpoena will address the problem of delay of service through registered mail to vital witnesses and eventually expedite the hearing and disposition of cases," Marquez said in his recommendation.
Attorney Brett Johnson,an attorney for GOP lawmakers Vince Leach, John Kavanagh, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Glenn Hamer and others challengingthe Clean Energy initiative, told the court he plans to subpoena nearly all those who gathered signatures for the initiative, since they all registered with the Secretary of State's Office and signed paperwork acknowledging they might be subpoenaed.