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Glencoe, MN 55336-0146
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We serve Minnesota District Court Subpoenas, federal subpoenas, and facilitate issuing Minnesota Rule 45 out-of-state subpoenas at the Minnesota District Court for taking a deposition, production of documents, and commanding appearance as a witness.
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When you need an out-of-state witness to produce records, give testimony in court, or testify at a deposition, Legal Process Minnesota will facilitate the process of having your out-of-state subpoena issued by the Minnesota District Court. Just complete the MN District Court Subpoena below, attach all required documents, and upload them using our Service Request Form.
Need us to provide witness fees? No problem, just ask us how we will advance your subpoena court filing fee and the statutory witness & mileage fees to secure your witness.
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**Rule 45.01 For Attendance of Witnesses; Form; Issuance
(d) Subpoena for Taking Deposition, Action Pending in Foreign Jurisdiction.
A subpoena for attendance at a deposition to be taken in Minnesota for an action pending in a foreign jurisdiction may be issued by the court administrator or by an attorney admitted to practice in Minnesota in the name of the court for the county in which the deposition will be taken, provided that the deposition is allowed and has been properly noticed under the law of the jurisdiction in which the action is pending. The subpoena may command the person to whom it is directed to produce and permit inspection and copying of designated books, papers, documents, electronically stored information, or tangible things that constitute or contain matters within the scope of the examination permitted by the law of the jurisdiction in which the action is pending, but in that event, the subpoena will be subject to the provisions of Rules 26.03 and 45.03(b)(2).
(e) Notice to Parties. Any use of a subpoena, other than to compel attendance at a trial, without prior notice to all parties to the action, is improper and may subject the party or attorney issuing it, or on whose behalf it was issued, to sanctions.
**Excerpt content taken from "The Office of the Revisor of Statutes."
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