A "subpoena" (suh-pee-nah) is a legal document compelling a person to produce documents or give testimony under oath in a deposition or at trial. Refusal to comply is punishable as a contempt of court with civil or criminal penalties.
A subpoena that requires
a person to bring documents
or papers is called
a "subpoena duces tecum" (suh-pee-nah dü-ses tee-k?m).
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