NNRC Announces Subpoena FAQ

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(Folsom, California) February 16, 2022

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their page of frequently asked questions about subpoenas. Subpoenas are legal documents that request the presence of someone on a specific date, at a specific time. They are a vital part of many depositions and court cases, but many people still have questions about what they are. On the NNRC’s subpoena FAQ, readers can have some of the most common questions about subpoenas answered, including “who issues a subpoena?”, “what is the “service of process?”, “what are the penalties if a subpoena is not complied with?”, and what “the different types of subpoena” are.

This is just one of the many resources the NNRC provides their site visitors. Whether a client, a court reporting student wanting to learn more, or simply a curious reader, there is content for everyone to learn vital information about the world of litigation support. It is one of the many ways the NNRC goes above and beyond to support their clients.

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For decades, the NNRC has served attorneys across the globe with an unparalleled level of support. Firm partners are made up of the fastest, most accurate, most reliable, and most responsive court reporters. This allows attorneys the confidence of knowing that no matter where they book a court reporting service, they can always expect the best service in the business.

For more information on the NNRC and its partners call them at (866) 337-6672, emailĀ debbed@nnrc.com, or fill out theĀ contact form.

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