According to the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure, subpoenas can only be issued by the clerk of court, a justice of the peace, or a notary public. As a notary public, Professional Constables & Process Service in Wareham, MA and New Bedford is qualified to issue subpoenas. There are restrictions in regards to the issuance of subpoenas and we have the knowledge and expertise to guide you. There are two types of subpoenas:
• Subpoenas to Produce—This type of subpoena commands a person to produce books, papers, documents, or other tangible things for use in legal procedures.
• Subpoenas for Deposition—This type of subpoena orders a person to give his or her testimony. Subpoenas for deposition have a different set of rules than subpoenas to produce, such as the addition of serving a notice to take a deposition before issuance can be made and specific details on where the deposition can take place.
We truly understand these rules and offer our expertise in the issuance and service of subpoenas and notices. The most efficient and safe way to have subpoenas issued and served is through our court subpoenas servers. You can request a subpoena online, through email, fax, or mail, or you can come in person to our office located in Wareham, MA and New Bedford.
In the State of Massachusetts, subpoenas may be served by any person who is not a party to the case and is at least 18 years of age. However, when you choose us to serve your subpoenas, you experience our fast, reliable, same-day service and are guaranteed that your subpoenas will reach the right recipient under the law.
Whether you are an attorney or individual client, your subpoenas are in good hands when you use our services. We have a notary public authorized to issue legal documents and an experienced subpoena server ready to serve at Professional Constables & Process Service in Wareham, MA and New Bedford. Try us today.