Witnesses and non-parties are often subpoenaed to appear for a deposition, to produce documents, or both. This experience can be complicated, expensive, and – without proper representation – downright scary.
Is it ever okay to ignore a subpoena? What do you do if a motion to quash is filed? How much are you allowed to charge for your time and for copies? If you have to appear at a trial or at a deposition, who will be present to defend you? Answers to these questions should be handled by an experienced attorney at The Spencer Law Firm.
If you have received a subpoena to appear for a deposition or to produce documents, The Spencer Law Firm can help. Call us toll-free at (888) 237-4529 or use our contact form.