Interstate Deposition Subpoena Service provides a unique service to facilitate the process of issuing and serving deposition subpoenas to witnesses who are located in foreign states where they are beyond the subpoena power of the trial state.

Through our network of local attorneys and professional process servers, we provide prompt and effective service of out-of-state witnesses in every state.

We take the mystery and guesswork out of this process so that your staff may concentrate on more pressing needs at hand.

What We Do

Before any assignment, we contact the court clerk to ascertain court policies that may run contrary to prevailing state law, local fees, scheduling considerations.

The Process

  • Research procedures, constantly looking for updates to the laws, rules, fees, court policies, and time deadlines
  • Arrange for local counsel (if necessary)
  • Prepare the necessary paperwork (petition, order, application, request, certificate of reciprocity, subpoena(s), praecipe, etc.)
  • File with the proper court
  • Arrange for issuance of subpoena(s)
  • Pay filing fee(s)
  • Arrange for service of the subpoena(s)
  • Pay witness fee(s)
  • Return original proof/affidavit of service with all filed documents to the ordering law firm for use at the deposition, and/or filing with the appropriate court

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2015 Overview of Issuing Out-of-State Subpoenas

Compelling an Out-of-State Non-Party Witness to Give Testimony or Produce Records at a Deposition can be a daunting task.  Our updated booklet has been written to provide the reader with an overview of how this is done. PREFACE  The material contained in this booklet was initially written by Interstate Deposition Subpoena Service, Inc. as part …

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New Jersey Supreme Court Adopts Uniform Interstate Deposition & Discovery Act

by John Perez, Esq. Effective September 1, 2014, New Jersey will join the ranks of a majority the states that have simplified the procedure for issuing foreign deposition subpoenas consistent with the Uniform Interstate Deposition and Discovery Act (UIDDA). The New Jersey Supreme Court has amended Rule 4:11-4 to provide a new section, R. 4:11-4(b), …

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