At Process Server One, we specialize in out-of-state UIDDA subpoena domestication, both in-bound and out-bound. Usually, these are subpoenas duces tecum (seeking documents from a record holder out of state). Whether document subpoenas must be issued in another state, processed from another state or another federal district court, or located in-state, our fast, efficient, and accurate service is provided by experienced process servers familiar with local, state, and national laws.
We understand the procedures and documents required by state courts in which the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act (UIDDA) has been enacted as well as in state courts which still use pre-UIDDA procedures. And, we know that states still have their own specific procedures. With that in mind, we always contact the record holder’s local court.
Just supply a case caption, any time limits or discovery cutoff that affect the subpoena, and the identities of those parties who need notice, as well as the handling attorney’s signature on requests to initiate the process.