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With having process servers nationwide we are able to serve legal documents anywhere in the United States with integrity and professionalism.
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If you ever need to locate a defendant in order to serve them with legal documents, we offer electronic skip trace searches and social engineering for elusive skips. We can locate anyone if you provide us with the necessary information.
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What is a Subpoena ?
A subpoena is an order made by a court at the request of a party to a court case that requires the recipient to either produce documents, attend court to give evidence, or both. The most common subpoena is for the production of documents. .
What is a subpoena duces tecum ?
A subpoena duces tecum or a subpoena for production of evidence, is a court summons ordering the recipient to appear before the court and produce documents or other tangible evidence for use at a hearing or