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AO 90 (Rev. 08/09) Subpoena to Testify at a Deposition in a Criminal Case UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT for the District of the United States of America v. Defendant))))) Case No. SUBPOENA TO TESTIFY
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You have the burden to request the presence of any person you designate to be present at the deposition to appear. The deposition may be conducted by telephone or other means of telepresence. You may use any means of electronic communication appropriate to the case, including: (1) email; (2) Internet; (3) facsimile; (4) video call; (5) interactive voice response system; or (6) any other means of communication that would be reasonably expected to facilitate the deposition. The person you designate must meet all requirements for participation in a deposition in a criminal case as set forth in Fed. R. CIV. P. 60(e). Your designated person and the person you designate may, during the deposition, engage in any form of physical examination if the physical examination is reasonably necessary to determine the truth or falsity of the information or answers given by you in your deposition, including the examination of documents or items. You and your designated person must be able to communicate adequately, while being examined, to permit you to consult with experts, and to prepare written, documentary, or documentary records or exhibits. If the deposition is conducted by telephone, the deposition may be conducted by telephone or other means of telepresence. You may use any means of electronic communication appropriate to the case, including: (1) email; (2) Internet; (3) facsimile; (4) video call; (5) interactive voice response system; or (6) any other means of communication that would be reasonably expected to facilitate the deposition. The person you designate must meet all requirements for participation in a deposition in a criminal case as set forth in Fed. R. CIV. P. 60(e). Your designated person and the person you designate may, during the deposition, engage in any form of physical examination if the physical examination is reasonably necessary to determine the truth or falsity of the information or answers given by you in your deposition, including the examination of documents or items. All documents or items brought or obtained during the deposition, including the materials, evidence, or tangible things related thereto, shall be returned to you or to your person, or to the organization or to the representative of the organization who requested the deposition, and shall be disclosed to any person or official who requests them and who believes them to be relevant to the deposition.
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