How long does a process server take to serve someone with a subpeona?

If you sent out subpeonas (all local) on Thursday 12/27/12 about how many days does it take for those people to get served? Assuming the server catches them on their first attempt?

Naples, FL -

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Jennifer Ann Jacobs

Jennifer Ann Jacobs

Criminal Defense Attorney - Winter Park, FL
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It depends on whether you requested rush service or not. Usually rush service will be attempted within 24 hours and routine service will be attempted within 72 hours.

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Chris Matthew Limberopoulos

Chris Matthew Limberopoulos

Medical Malpractice Attorney
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It takes as long as it takes to get them legally served.

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Clifford M. Miller

Clifford M. Miller

Litigation Lawyer - Vero Beach, FL
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My process server serves everyone local within one day. It does depend on if they hide.

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