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  3. What Is a Subpoena? - FindLaw

    A subpoena (pronounced "suh-pee-nuh") is a request for the production of documents, or a request to appear in court or other legal proceeding. It is court-ordered command that essentially requires you to do something, such as testify or present information that may help support the facts that are at issue in a pending case. The term "subpoena ...

  4. Proof Of Claim | United States Courts

    Federal Court System in the U.S. Federal Probation Journal; Journalist’s Guide to the Federal Courts; Judiciary Conferences That Cost More Than $100,000; Long Range Plan for Information Technology; Long Range Plan for the Federal Courts; Strategic Plan for Federal Judiciary; Rules & Policies. Current Rules of Practice & Procedure. Federal ...

  5. Grand Jury Subpoena & Investigation Tips | Federal Lawyer

    1. A Federal Grand Jury Subpoena Can Request Testimony, Records, or Both. There are two types of federal grand jury subpoenas: (i) a subpoena ad testificandum, and (ii) a subpoena duces tecum. A subpoena ad testificandum requires testimony, and may also require the production of records supporting the witness’s or suspect’s testimony.

  6. Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) - Justia Law

    The earliest confession cases in this Court emerged from federal prosecutions, and were settled on a nonconstitutional basis, the Court adopting the common law rule that the absence of inducements, promises, and threats made a confession voluntary and admissible. Hopt v. Utah, 110 U. S. 574; Pierce v. United States, 160 U. S. 355. While a later ...

  7. Verdict - Wikipedia

    A special jury verdict form may be used to have the jury answer directed questions as to the required elements for a cause of action or special issues, and to demarcate monetary awards of damages by economic and non-economic damages, beneficiary and/or specific categories of damages (lost earning capacity, funeral expenses, loss of consortium ...

  8. Canada - Wikipedia

    The Supreme Court of Canada is the highest court and final arbiter and has been led since December 18, 2017, by Richard Wagner, the chief justice of Canada. The governor general appoints its nine members on the advice of the prime minister and minister of justice. All judges at the superior and appellate levels are appointed after consultation ...

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