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Say I have a week-and-a-half before my hearing. Would my lawyer

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Say I have a week-and-a-half before my hearing. Would my lawyer be able to subpoena an in-state witness within that short a space of time?
Yes, as long as the witness can be located and served with a subpoena.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

How about in a weeks' time or less?


Also may a hearing be rescheduled if a lawyer for example needed more to get information together or to subpoena witnesses or to decide whom to subpoena?

Yes, I have had a subpoena issued and served the same.

If the hearing was on short notice, the lawyer can ask for a continuance with, but with a normal noticed hearing, the lawyer should normally have already decided who to subpoena.
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