Schedule Your Confidential Consultation 212.256.9491
Carnegie Hall Tower
152 W. 57th Street
8th Floor
New York, NY 10019

Subpoena Compliance

NYC Subpoena Compliance Attorneys

Contact the Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C. for Guidance

Any individual or business entity that receives a subpoena—whether it be a federal or state prosecutor, a grand jury, or an investigating agency—should consult with counsel before responding. A proper response to a validly served subpoena is required by law, and failure to respond properly could result in a finding of contempt, which may have serious penalties.

An experienced New York City criminal defense attorney can advise the recipient of a subpoena whether it was validly served, what the legal and proper response requires from the recipient, and whether any privileges apply that would allow for the non-production of requested items. Furthermore, experienced counsel will usually be able to contact the issuing agency and get information about the purpose of the subpoena, including the critical information of whether the recipient is a target, subject, or witness in a criminal investigation.

The Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C. has represented many individuals and business entities that have received federal and state subpoenas in connection with criminal investigations.

If you have received a subpoena, please contact our subpoena compliance lawyers in NYC to discuss your legal options.

Reach Out to a Former Prosecutor

Send Info

Case Results

  • Embezzlement

    Represented bookkeeper investigated for theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars from employer. Client avoided criminal charges.

  • DWI Acquittal

    Client acquitted of DWI after trial in Bronx where she was pulled over for speeding and registered a.08% reading on a breathalyzer.

  • Dismissal of Murder Indictment

    Mid-trial dismissal of all murder charges brought by Brooklyn DA against a former FBI supervisor accused of providing a notorious Mafia informant classified information which he used to murder four people.

Read More