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subpoena

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(Noun) a summons to court hearing.
Usage: I was served with a subpoena and have to go court to testify.

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court order
Usage: The Court of Law subpoenaed my books

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order to appear court
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(Verb) call to testify
Usage: I was subpoenaed into court to testify.

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to serve paper for person to be ordered to court
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to be served with paper to appear in court
Usage: I was subpoenaed to appear in court.

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(Pronoun) official order to appear in court
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appear in court
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(Noun) an order for medical records or to appear in court
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when you receive paperwork summons you to attend court
Usage: Jane was subpoenaed to attend court to testify against her husband.

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(Verb) summon by the court
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(Verb) to officially order someone to appear in court
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(Noun) a document supplied by the court to require you to attend a court hearing
Usage: I received a subpoena to appear regarding the car accident.

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(Verb) To formally order someone to go to court; also, the order itself.
Usage: I want you to have them subpoenaed to court.

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a decree from a court to stand as a witness to a trial
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A court requirement that a person testify and/or produce certain documentation/evidence. (Most obviously, the "b" is silent: "suh-pee-nuh".)
Usage: Archibald Cox subpoenaed certain Oval Office tapes - the presumably-most-damning sections of which had somehow gone "missing." Duh.

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forces someone to go to court to appear as a witness
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(Verb) Forcing someone to give their account of what happened
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(Verb) summon
Usage: He was subpoenaed to come to court.

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(Noun) court document

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