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if i subpoena a third party, how do i need to inform other

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if i subpoena a third party, how do i need to inform other party of this?

i am assuming through proof of service (by mail)? is that correct?
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That is correct. You send the other party a copy with a certificate of service. You do not have to file anything with the court but you get the subpoena from the clerk of court and she has to sign it.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I am soo sorry but I don't understand the whole process. Just want to make sure, I do it right. Please confirm or correct:

1. I prepared the subpoena, made copies (1 for judge, 1 for other side, 1 for me and original for 3rd party)

2. file it with clerk

3. clerk stamps it and gives it back to me, keeps copy for judge

4. i have someone serve the subpoena on third party

5. i have someone mail the copy of subpoena to other side of case with a proof of service

6. i mail copy of proof of service to other side through mail to court

The clerk may keep a copy for her records but the judge is not interested. You don't file the proof of service with the court. Other than that you are correct.
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