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IDAHO RULES AND CIVIL PROCEDURE

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Idaho Process Server Licensing Requirements:

A Subpoena may be served by an officer authorized by law to serve process or by any other person who is not a party and is not less than eighteen (18) years of age. Service of a subpoena upon a person named therein shall be made by delivering a copy thereof to such person and by giving or offering to the person at the same time, if demanded, the fees for one (1) day’s attendance and the mileage allowed by law, except that no prepayment tender of fees and mileage shall be necessary to witnesses subpoenaed by the attorney general or any prosecuting attorney on behalf of the state. When the subpoena is issued on behalf of the state or an officer or agency thereof, fees and mileage need not be tendered. When service is by an officer it must be returned with the officer’s certificate of service, and when served by any other person it must be returned with an affidavit of such person of its service. (Amended July 2, 1976, effective October 1, 1976; am. effective July 1, 1977.) Continue reading