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Hawaii Subpoenas
Served Out-of-State
Subpoena Commission
OUT-of-STATE Subpoenas
Served In Hawaii
Rule 45 Subpoena
a)   . . .
b)   . . .
c) Service. A subpoena may be
served at any place within the
State. A subpoena may be served:
(1) anywhere in the State by the
sheriff or deputy sheriff or by
any other person who is not a
party and is not less than 18
years of age; or (2) in any
county by the chief of police or
a duly authorized subordinate.
Service of a subpoena upon a
person named therein shall be
made by delivering a copy
thereof to such person and by
tendering to such person the
fees for one day's attendance
and the mileage allowed by law.

When the subpoena is issued on
behalf of the State or a county,
or an officer or agency of the
State or a county, fees and
mileage need not be tendered.
(italicze added for emphasis)

HawRCivP 45 Subpoena
Fairness To
Opposing Party And Counsel

A lawyer shall not:
. . .
(d)  advise or cause a person to secrete himself
or herself or to leave the jurisdiction of a tribunal
for the purpose of making the person unavailable
as a witness therein;

Rule 3.4, Hawaii Rules of Professional Conduct,
Hawaii Supreme Court (Jan. 1, 2014)
Uniform Interstate Depositions
   and Discovery Act

Circuit Court Fee: $315 filing fee first  
Subpoena issued with no additional court
fee for 2nd or more Subpoenas in same

624D-1  Short title
624D-2  Definitions
624D-3  Issuance of subpoena
624D-4  Service of subpoena
624D-5  Deposition, production,
                                    and inspection
624D-6  Application to court
624D-7  Application to pending actions
HRS §621-1  Subpoena, issue of.  
The clerks of the several courts shall
issue writs of subpoena as provided
by the rules of court or by statute.  
Except as otherwise provided, the
clerks shall issue to any prosecuting
officer, and to any party plaintiff or
defendant, in any cause, civil or
criminal, pending before such courts,
or to the counsel of the party, writs of
subpoena for witnesses, in blank, so
that the names of the witnesses to be
summoned may be inserted after the
issuing of the writs.
[L 1876, c 32, §1; am
imp L 1905, c 39, §95; am imp L 1907, c
118, §116; RL 1925, §2556; am imp L 1932
1st, cc 1, 13, §1; RL 1935, §3810; RL 1945,
§9821; RL 1955, §222-1; am L 1957, c 124,
§1; am L 1963, c 85, §3; HRS §621-1; am L
1972, c 104, §1(a)]
Yes - - This office will help you get
your out-of-state Subpoena(s)
filed in a Hawaii Court to comply pursuant to the
Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act