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- You have the right to have me subpoena into court any evidence and/or witnesses in your favor.Part 1 (42% in)
- 'Drew,' Diana said, 'we brought you in here because you got a subpoena, and that means you're going to be testifying sometime next week.Part 2 (15% in)
- Today, she was on the defense's witness list, but she hadn't been served with a subpoena, which meant that she didn't actually have to be in the courthouse at all during the trial.Part 2 (23% in)
- I need a subpoena.Part 2 (81% in)
- Because he's subpoenaed Josie to testify on Monday.Part 2 (81% in)
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