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I suggest you contact the Clerk of the Court as soon as possible or instruct your legal representative to do so.
There would have to be compelling reasons for the case to be adjourned and your daughter would probably need to explain why her being out of town is more important.
Not only do I doubt your success but your description indicates your daughter is a key witness in a case that is in her own benefit, which without her testimony could be thrown out or the defendant found not guilty.
In addition, ignoring a subpoena could result in a charge of "contempt of court".
you will spend time in jail as it is contempt of court and you do not get a chance to explain
best get a lawyer to represent you to protect your interests.and attend court at the appointed day and time
Rolf Harris's offences sentence will not be referred to the Court of Appeal, despite 150 complaints over its "leniency", the attorney general's office has said.
The disgraced entertainer was jailed for five years and nine months for 12 indecent assaults on four girls.
It is spelled: subpoena
A subpoena is a document that requires its recipient to appear in court as a witness. If you receive a subpoena, it doesn't mean you've done anything wrong; it just means you may have information that's needed by the court.