How long would you be in jail for if served a subpoena?
A subpoena requires you to appear in court, not go to jail.
Yes, you do as long as you are the judgment debtor of the person serving the subpoena on you and as long as it was issued properly. If you ignore the subpoena, the creditor could apply to the court for an order directing you to answer it. If the order is served on you and you still refuse to answer it, the creditor can apply for an order to hold you in contempt of the…
Yes. A subpoena may be served anywhere the person to be served is located as long as it is served personally. The subpoena may not simply be left with the employer for the employer to give to the person being served. One practical problem the person serving the subpoena will face is that the employer might not allow the process server to come onto the premises to serve the subpoena. In that case, the person…
A subpoena is not something you answer. A subpoena is a court order requiring you to appear in court. States have a certain amount of time in which you must be served with the subpoena prior to the court date, ranging from 2 days to as long as 14 days. Your state may require 10 days notice. In any event, if you have been served with a subpoena, you need to appear as directed. If…
In Florida i had a subpoena for deposition served at my home i was not home and the proccessor gave this paperwork to a roommate living here shouldn't it be served to me and only me?
If you already went to jail for stealing a car but you got out on bail and you go back how long you got in jail?
She is in jail, just not for long. The jury acquitted the charges for murder and convicted on four charges of giving false sworn statements to police. She was sentenced to four years in jail, less time served and time off for good behavior. She was released from jail on July 17, 2011 with no further criminal charges pending.
How long will you go to jail from stealing from people's cars and if it is your first offense can you get probation or a fine?
Simeon was in jail long enough for his brothers to return with their asses carrying their grain from Egypt back to Canaan, eat it all, and then have to return to Egypt for more. This would have been at least 1 year, so Simeon would have been in jail at least 1 year; (and Egyptian jails were not nice places!)