Rule 3.361. Witness Attendance and Subpoenas
(a) Subpoenas generally. Subpoenas for testimony before the court and subpoenas for production of tangible evidence before the court may be issued by the clerk of the court or by any attorney of record in an action.
(b) Subpoena for testimony or production of tangible evidence.
(1) A subpoena for testimony or production of tangible evidence before the court shall state the name of the court and the title of the action and shall command each person to whom it is directed to attend and give testimony or produce the evidence at a time and place specified in the subpoena.
(2) On oral request of an attorney, the clerk shall issue a subpoena for testimony before the court or a subpoena for the production of tangible evidence before the court, signed and sealed but otherwise in blank, and the subpoena shall be filled in by the attorney before service.
(c) For production of tangible evidence.
(1) If a subpoena commands a person or entity to produce books, papers, documents, or tangible things, the person or entity may move the court to quash or modify the subpoena before the time specified in the subpoena for compliance.
(2) The court may (A) quash or modify the subpoena if it is unreasonable and oppressive, or (B) require the person in whose behalf the subpoena is issued to advance the reasonable cost of producing the books, papers, documents, or tangible things.
(d) Attendance and enforcement. A witness subpoenaed for testimony before the court or for production of tangible evidence before the court shall appear and remain in attendance until excused by the court or by all parties. A witness who refuses to obey a subpoena or who departs without being excused properly may be held in contempt.