Unemployment FAQs

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Can I subpoena evidence or witnesses?

You may request that the Office of Appeals issue a subpoena to obtain necessary witnesses or evidence. The request for a subpoena must be made in writing at least seven days before the hearing date. Your request for a subpoena can be denied, and you can state your objection to the denial at the hearing.  You must also attempt to obtain the evidence or witness for the hearing yourself before seeking a subpoena.