Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque expects the PNP to reserve its subpoena
powers only in "extreme circumstances".
Malacanang, however, said that the PNP would use its subpoena
On the other hand, the subpoena
duces tecum, aside from the purpose and nature of the inquiry and the name of the addressee, 'shall also contain a reasonable description of the books, documents or things demanded which must be relevant to the investigation.
When a signed authorization to release form is included with the subpoena
, the SAP should release only the relevant and the minimum necessary information, unless otherwise ordered by the court.
seek documents related to "corporate and employee records, generic pharmaceutical products and pricing," and the company's "communications with competitors and others" related to the sale of generic products.
Changes in subpoena
rules may also be in the works for the Senate, although traditions of bipartisanship are much deeper in that body.
Under Rule 17(c)(1) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, a subpoena
duces tecum (a subpoena
for documents) "command[s] the person to whom it is directed to produce the books, papers, documents or other objects designated therein.
Contact your risk adviser regarding any subpoenas
for assistance with evaluating the underlying litigation and the obligation to comply.
Part II of this article outlines the legislative background which led Congress to authorize the subpoena
duces tecum at an Article 32 investigation.
The law bans wording in subpoenas
that implies they are from a government entity and gives the attorney general the power to impose fines against the worst offenders.
requests documents relating to Benicar, Benicar HCT and Azor, prescription medications approved for the treatment of hypertension.
In continuing education courses for agents and brokers, I often have referred to a subpoena
as "your invitation to become a defendant.
Companies may receive subpoenas
or deposition notices as part of the discovery process in cases that are already in court, litigation that does not yet involve the entity receiving the subpoena
or deposition notice.
Besides, even if Wilenchik had notified the court and the grand jury after issuing the subpoenas
, that wouldn't have opened the door for oversight because each would have just been told that a subpoena
had been issued and not what it sought, Assistant County Attorney Sally Wells earlier told the judge.
4) Additionally, the MFCU can subpoena
witnesses or materials, including medical records relating to Medicaid recipients, within or outside the state, and through any duly designated employee, administer oaths and affirmations and collect evidence for possible use in either civil or criminal judicial proceedings.