The subpoenaing party is responsible for costs incurred by the Institute in responding to a subpoena, as follows:
Witness Fees In Civil Case
If the witness is required to personally accompany the documents requested in a subpoena duces tecum for a deposition or trial in a civil action, the witness is entitled to all normal allowable daily fees (currently $500.00) plus mileage actually traveled (currently $0.55 per mile), both ways, at the prevailing rate, and any additional costs incurred.
Witness Fees In Criminal Cases
When a witness is required to personally accompany documents requested by a subpoena duces tecum in a criminal case, the witness is entitled to any fees normally paid by that court.
Fees For Production Of Business Records
The Institute is entitled to all reasonable costs incurred for producing business records in response to a subpoena duces tecum. “Reasonable costs” include, but are not limited to:
The requester is required to pay production costs prior to delivery of the records. Until such payment is made, the Institute is under no obligation to deliver the records.
If the subpoena duces tecum is subsequently withdrawn, quashed, or modified by a party other than the Institute, the Institute is entitled to reimbursement for reproduction costs & labor incurred up to the time the Institute is notified of such an action.
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