Definition - Noun [New Latin, under penalty you shall bring with you] : a subpoena that commands the production of specified evidence in a person's possession Unlike a search warrant, a subpoena duces tecum can be issued without a showing of probable cause. Pronunciation-'dü-s&s-'tE-k&m, -'dyü-, -sEz-; -'dü-kes-'tA-"ku'm
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