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Ask the court clerk to have the judge issue a subpoena for whomever for purposes of testimony...and an additional subpoena (duces tecum) if that person is to bring any records with them to court, * Judges only deal with such matters if the case is being brought in a small community. The office of the clerk of the circuit court or other court venue handles all the documentation pertaining to civil litigation. It is the plaintiff's or the plaintiff's legal counsel's responsibility to request any additional interrogatories (discovery documents). Duces Tecum is a procedure generally reserved for civil litigation by businesses or by a prosecutor. In civil litigation by/for an individual (plaintiff) a Request For Production of Documents is used.

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