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Serving In State and Out of State Subpoenas

Serving In State and Out of State Subpoenas

When it comes to the legal system there are so many different facets but one aspect that will always be around is having to serve subpoenas. There are a number of different reasons why you would need a subpoena served. Even though there is a pandemic going on, it does not change the fact that the country is reopening, and legal cases will continue to go on. So, what is a subpoena and why does it matter that we will serve them both in and out state?

Subpoenas

There are two types of subpoenas. One type of subpoena is to summon a person to court whether as a witness or to testify. The other type of subpoena is to request certain documentation. Regardless of the type that you are being served, in essence the court is requiring you to do something. If you fail to comply then you’re going against the law and can get jail time. When it comes to court cases, there will always need to be a need to have a subpoena served. That is why we, Roland Investigations, are here to help you every step of the way.

Serving in State and Out of State

What are we really offering you when it comes to both in state and out of state subpoena serving? Well the court is able to issue a subpoena at which will need to be served. The person who needs to be served may be within the state that it is issued, or they may be in a different state. Regardless, we know that you need the papers served.

It can be a pain to have to change services just because someone is in a different state. Especially if you have been using the same company for the duration of the case. That is why we are the one stop shop for all your needs when it comes to serving papers of any kind.

Roland Investigations has gone above and beyond regarding making sure that they are being safe while still helping to make sure that you have the team behind you that you need. When it comes to your needs, we are able to provide you with a process of service, financial investigation, skip tracing, and much more! Give us a call or fill out our online request form today!

By Roland Investigations 5-13-2020

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