There doesn't appear to be a question here.
Having said that, the date(s) someone else is in court are not really relevant to a subpoena. The subpoena says a person must be in court on a certain date, then that person must be prepared to go to court on that date...no matter what the status of anyone else (including the parties).
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I don't understand the question.
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I assume you were sub'd by the DA. Call the DA handling the case. If it isn't on the subpoena the DA's office will tell you who it is. Ask him/her the status of the case and when you have to appear. Otherwise, you must continue to respond as listed on a properly served subpoena.
No question- but it appears that you were on call to return to court when your testimony was needed .
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