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Subpoenas are a common legal tool used to compel someone to testify, provide documents, or produce evidence related to an investigation or legal proceeding. However, there are important distinctions between subpoenas issued by federal agents as part of an investigation and subpoenas issued by a court.
A subpoena is a writ or legal document issued by a government agency or court ordering someone to testify as a witness or produce documents, records, or other evidence relevant to an investigation or legal proceeding. Subpoenas are used by federal and state law enforcement, administrative agencies, and courts.Subpoenas derive their authority from the issuing body. Failure to comply with a valid subpoena can result in civil or criminal penalties for contempt of court or obstruction of justice charges.
There are several key differences between subpoenas issued by federal agents and subpoenas issued by courts:
FBI agents can issue subpoenas during investigations under authority granted by federal statutes and DOJ policy. For example, FBI agents issued subpoenas to compel production of phone and email records related to Russian election interference investigation. Targets could try to challenge in court but otherwise must comply or face obstruction charges.
During a federal criminal prosecution and trial, the court issued subpoenas requiring witnesses to testify and ordering NSA to provide classified documents about mass surveillance program to assess relevance and discoverability under federal evidence rules. NSA had to negotiate with prosecutors what documents were relevant and could not simply refuse based on classification status.
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