I was attacked by someone and they got arrested and they are going to court concerning this matter. Because I pressed charges against them
You got a subpoena because you are a witness (the complaining witness / victim) in a criminal prosecution.
You are commanded to appear as directed and to explain what happened.
If you want further information then call the attorney who issued and have you served with the subpoena. Their name and number will be on the document.
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Who sent you the subpoena? The State or the defendant?
It should say on the subpoena whether it is for trial, hearing, deposition, or a prefile hearing with the State Attorney
You could always contact the attorney issuing the subpoena
Who issued the subpoena? If you have any questions, there’s usually contact information on the subpoena.
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