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You can absolutely subpoena witnesses to a small claims court. There is not a charge for the Court to issue a Subpoena, but there is a service fee of approximately $60.00 and a witness fee of Ten Dollars ($10.00). Normally a Ten Dollar ($10.00) must be attached to the top of the Subpoena. You will go down to the clerk at the court house you want to file and request a small claims subpoena form. You will need to provide the name of the witness that you want to come to court.
You will also specifically ask for any papers you want that person to bring to trial.
Once you submit this paper to the clerk the clerk will have it issued and will sign and stamp your subpoena as filed.
That is perfect ... based on the facts I have provided what can I expect as a response from the judge?
If you can show an agreement with payment per hour and a prove that you worked a particular amount of hours, then you will be paid. Being to late in providing invoices will not protect the defendant
The judge will look at the terms of the contract you have with this person
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Is there any advice you can give me to help with preperation and follow through?
I am a small claims newbee
Just that preparation is key. Make sure to have all of your evidence to prove that there 1) was a contract, that 2) you fulfilled your obligation of the contract, and 3) that the dentist knew that you filled your obligation (either by request or text message or email
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