If you need to subpoena documents, you need New Jersey Process Servers. A records subpoena, also known as a subpoena duces tecum, is a court summons ordering a named party to appear in court and produce documents of other tangible evidence for use at trial.
The subpoena must be given to the person in charge of the documents or records you want produced in court. Accuracy is important: if you serve the wrong custodian of records, you won’t receive them. And, sometimes it can be difficult to reach the person in charge of the relevant medical or financial records.
To subpoena documents, you’ll need to complete a subpoena form, prepare a declaration as to why you need the documents, and have a subpoena issued by the court clerk. And once you do, we make sure your legal documents are served quickly on the right party. In fact, we ensure we’ll find the right person every time.