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Yes, but the parents or guardian are still notified in most instances unless the 17-year-old is declared an adult by the court. However, it is not possible for the parents not to be made aware of the situation as the court would be required to appoint legal counsel for the minor to protect his civil rights.

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Q: Can a 17-year-old be subpoenaed to testify in a criminal proceeding without his parents being notified in the state of Missouri?
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