In order to enforce a subpoena out of state, it needs to be domesticated in the other state. As every state has their own rules of Civil Procedure, it can be confusing to involve two separate jurisdictions. To simplify the process of domesticating an out-of-state subpoena, the Uniform Interstate and International Depositions and Discovery Act (UIDDA) was adopted by the majority of the states. However, it is vital to consult with the courts to concisely understand who can serve the subpoena for states that do not recognize the UIDDA.
The following states do not recognize the UIDDA:
Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Ohio, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Texas, Wyoming, West Virginia
For states that recognize the UIDDA, the process of domesticating a subpoena is made as simple as possible:
Contact us for more information regarding subpoena domestication, including pricing and any other questions. We can be reached by our phone number (202) 372-7466 during business hours (9:00 AM – 5:00 PM) and by email in the early morning, night, or weekends at info@TheWesleyGroup.org.
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