23A-14 (RULE 17) SUBPOENA AND ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES
(RULE 17) SUBPOENA AND ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES
(Rule 17(a)) Reserved.
Attorneys' subpoena for witnesses within state.
(Rule 17(b)) Subpoenas for indigent defendant--Payment of costs.
Committing magistrate's subpoenas for witnesses within state--Blank subpoenas issued by
clerk of court.
(Rule 17(c)) Documentary or tangible evidence required by subpoena--Modification--Inspection rights.
(Rule 17(d)) Service of subpoena--Tender of fees and mileage.
(Rule 17(e)(1)) Place of service of subpoena.
Expenses paid for out-of-county or indigent witness produced by state pursuant to
subpoena or undertaking.
(Rule 17(e)) Reserved.
(Rule 17(f)(1)) Authority for subpoena for deposition.
(Rule 17(f)(2)) Place attendance required for deposition.
John Doe subpoena for examination before magistrate--Compelling obedience.
Advice as to rights given to John Doe witness--Immunity provisions applicable.
Record of John Doe testimony--Warrant for arrest of offender.
Interstate summons of witnesses--Definition of terms.
Hearing on certification from another state as to witness required from this state.
Summons to appear in another state issued after hearing--Protection accorded witness.
Placement of witness in custody of officer from other state.
Punishment for contempt by witnesses summoned for appearance in another state--Fees
to which entitled.
Certificate by judge or magistrate for summons of witness from another state--Recommendation for immediate custody.
Fees tendered to witness summoned from another state.
Duration of stay required of witness summoned from another state.
Immunity from process of witness summoned from another state.
Immunity from process of witness passing through under interstate summons.
Punishment for contempt by witness summoned from another state.
(Rule 17(g)) Disobedience of subpoena as contempt of court.
Motions relating to subpoena--Hearing.
Stay of subpoena until ruling on motion.
Sanctions for oppressive subpoenas.
Self-incriminating testimony required under promise of immunity--Restrictions on use of