According to Massachusetts Civil Process Law every subpoena issued by the Clerk of Court, a notary public, attorney, or a pro- se includes the name of the court and the title of the action. It commands each person named in the subpoena to attend and give testimony in court at the time and place specified within or produce documents/records for an upcoming court date.
If you choose to email your subpoena, please do not notarize the subpoena. Our office will notarize upon receipt which will allow us to have an original document. Please email your subpoena to
If you choose not to email your subpoena, please send your subpoena by mail at least 7 days before the hearing and attorneys will be invoiced for the Civil Process Department fees, notary fee (if necessary) and the appropriate witness fee.