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subpoena
used in The Guardian

5 uses
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Definition
a legal order requiring witnesses to appear or documents related to an appeal be provided
  • Nor did she want Mr. Blansen to call and complain to her chief or tell her she'd need a subpoena to get this type of information.
    Thirty-one (52% in)
  • "I understand," Jennifer said again, "but if we have to, we'll subpoena the files.
    Thirty-two (22% in)
  • "If there is a subpoena, then of course we'll be happy to cooperate."
    Thirty-two (23% in)
  • What about the subpoena for J. D. Blanchard?
    Thirty-five (28% in)
  • "Got the subpoena," he said.
    Thirty-five (57% in)

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