If I get served with a Informatioanl Subpoena and do not reply can I be arrested as I was just served with one that had a Order to Execute Litigants Rights sent to me. The Order said I could be arrested if I did not respond. The debt is from a credit card coming from my divorce seveal years ago and was in my name. The debt is over 6 years old. Response: Unfortunately, yes. However, if you object to the subpoena, you need to file a Motion to Quash it. So, you can legally refuse to respond to a subpoena so long as you have followed proper procedures for refusing it. Click on the links below for sample Motions to Quash:
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