subpoena duces tecum


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subpoena duces tecum

(in law) a subpoena commanding a person to take books, papers, records, or other items to the court.

subpoena duces tecum

(sŭ-pē′nă doo′sēz tē′kŭm, soob poy′nă dook′ās tā′koom)
A process used in litigation that compels the party having control of documents, items, and materials relevant to issues in a lawsuit to produce them at a designated time and place.
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First, it provides guidance on the procedural requirements for obtaining a subpoena duces tecum by directing counsel to RCM 703.
compliance with a subpoena duces tecum if the information sought is
In my view, therefore, the words of the Court that created the act-of-production privilege attaching to the subpoena duces tecum are very close to the words of dissent by Judge Williams of the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, adopted by Chief Justice Rehnquist in dissent.
In 1997, the Eighth Circuit directly addressed the issue of a governmental attorney-client privilege in the federal grand jury context in In re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum.
A subpoena duces tecum must specify with reasonable particularity the documents sought to be produced.
Also, you can obtain treatment records, psychological records, or other relevant medical records pertaining to a physician's mental or physical incapacity This can be done by depositions on written questions with a subpoena duces tecum directly to the health care providers.
A subpoena duces tecum, however, is not necessarily a sufficient court order to relieve an appraiser of the obligation to maintain confidentiality, either under Canon 4 or under contractual obligations related to specific appraisals.
38) Chief Justice Marshall noted: "[a] subpoena duces tecum varies from an ordinary subpoena only in this; that a witness is summoned for the purpose of bringing with him a paper in his custody.
On March 11 of 2003, the grand jury of the 185th District Court, Harris County, issued a subpoena duces tecum to Dr.
Under the bill, CHED and TESDA shall be empowered to investigate violations as well as the power to issue summons, writs, orders, subpoena and subpoena duces tecum to secure the attendance of witnesses and the production of documents in connection with the charges against offending schools.
In response to a subpoena duces tecum for deposition, the estate planning attorney should assert the evidentiary privilege by filing an objection to the subpoena within 10 days, or as otherwise provided in Fla.
1988) (quoting In re Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum Dated April 23, 1981, 657 F.