PDFWAC 110-03-0410

Serving a subpoena.

(1) Any person who is at least eighteen years old and not a party to the hearing may serve a subpoena.
(2) Service of a subpoena is complete when the server:
(a) Gives the witness a copy of the subpoena; or
(b) Leaves a copy at the residence of the witness with a person at least eighteen years old.
(3) To prove that a subpoena was served on a witness, the person serving the subpoena must sign, under penalty of perjury, a written, dated statement that includes the following:
(a) The first and last name and age of the person served with the subpoena;
(b) The date and time the subpoena was served;
(c) The street address or location where the subpoena was served; and
(d) The name, age, and address of the person who served the subpoena.
(4) A DCYF employee may serve a subpoena consistent with this section, as long as the employee is not the agency representative or a prospective witness in the case.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.220, 43.216.020, and 43.216.065. WSR 20-02-031, § 110-03-0410, filed 12/19/19, effective 1/19/20.]