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Plaintiff served a subpoena to a non-party witness to appear for a deposition. The non-party is not an expert, but is a former employee of the Defendant and is also a relevant fact witness directly involved in the subject incident of the litigation. Both Plaintiff and Defendant have formally listed the non-party as a witness to be called at trial in the their respective disclosure statements. Is there any Arizona rule of which requires the Plaintiff to pay a monetary fee to the non-party appearing at the deposition that they've been subpoenaed to?