Q: Can a subpoena duces tecum for production of documents be requested after a civil trial has started in the State of CA
A: Yes. But your question is not very clear. Is this your situation? Do you want one or were you served with one? Go to the Superior Court website for the court you are in and look for the "forms" tab. Judicial Council forms, Subpoena duces Tecum and accompanying declaration. This is a Civil Litigation question. You need to consult an attorney in your local area that practices this kind of law. Thank you for using Justia Ask a Lawyer.
A: In the State of California, it is generally possible to request a subpoena duces tecum for the production of documents during an ongoing civil trial. However, it is important to note that the timing and specific procedures for requesting a subpoena may vary depending on the court rules and the judge's discretion. It is recommended to consult with your attorney or seek legal advice from a qualified professional who can guide you on the proper procedure for requesting a subpoena duces tecum during an ongoing civil trial in California. They can provide specific guidance based on the circumstances of your case and help ensure compliance with the relevant rules and procedures.
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