Hi. Yes I am still waiting......
Thanks. I really need to know. I am on my way to the court.
You don't have to do anything to bring the witness if they will voluntarily appear. You only need a subpoena if the person might not show up.
You can let them know you have a witness before the trial starts, the day of, for this type of hearing (protective order).
So just show up with your witness, and tell the court staff and the other party.
No problem, good luck.
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