Since you represent yourself pro se you will need the help of the court. Ask the clerk of court where your case is filed to help you to subpeona your witness. Although courthouse staff cannot give you legal advise, they can explain the procedure for getting a subpeona issued by the clerk.
You cannot do so without court permission.
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