How To Do A Subpoena In Ontario?

FAQ's

A subpoena is a legal document requiring one to come and bare witness or provide documents that can add to the evidence for an ongoing investigation. If this document is served to you and you do not comply, you can e charged with contempt in a court of law. You can serve jail term or be required to pay a fine.

Yes. A non-lawyer such as a court clerk can issue a subpoena depending on the jurisdiction. Even though it might be conceivable to get a summon without a legal advisor, doing so conveys with it certain dangers. For instance, if the best possible individual isn't named, the gathering may not get the archives that the person is mentioning. The summon must be recorded in the individual's name who has the records.

Generally, there are three grounds of objecting to a subpoena. The first ground is invalid due to technical reasons such as insufficient conduct money. The second ground is if you have not been given enough time to comply with the subpoena. The third ground is when the information required is considered p[privileged information. For example, if your subpoena requires you to give information on legal professional privilege, you have a right to file an objection.