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California Workers’ Comp.; in Anaheim; for a trial; being in pro per; can I issue a subpoena for the trial, alone; or must it be issued and or signed by the Judge?

Hello and thank you for your question today.

In response to your question, a judge or attorney must sign a subpoena. CC §128.7(g) However, this does mean that a subpoena is actually what you want to use, depending on the facts of your case. Consider reviewing the below website to make sure that this is how you wish to proceed:

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