Subpoena/affidavit


#1

I need the physician who ordered an x-ray on my son to verify that he was in fact the one who ordered it and the reason why it was ordered, and that I was not the one who requested it…in essence, the reason I have been charged with contempt of the custody order is based on a mixup about the x-ray. (The actual statement that I made about the x-ray is on the court recording that has mysteriously disappeared).

Can I just send an Affidavit, with all the statements about x-ray, etc. already typed up by me, to the physician to sign and have notarized or will I need to subpoena the physician and put on the subpoena that in lieu of coming to court he may sign the Affidavit that is attached?


#2

You may have the doctor complete an affidavit and present the same at the hearing.