Can I bring witnesses to testify about my claim?

Each side is allowed to have witnesses or exhibits to support their claim. You may subpoena witnesses so that you and the judge may question them about your claim. When issuing a subpoena, you must include a $10 fee plus mileage remittance payable to the witness as payment for appearing.

Again, there is a $15 sheriff's service of process fee that must accompany the subpoena. For each witness being subpoenaed, a check or money order made payable to County Sheriff's Office must be provided by the party wishing to subpoena witnesses.

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1. How are Small Claims cases different from other cases?
2. Who can I sue in Small Claims Court?
3. How do I decide where I file my Small Claims case?
4. What is the procedure to file a Small Claims case?
5. Why do I need an address for the party I am suing?
6. Can I bring witnesses to testify about my claim?
7. What will happen at the small claims hearing?
8. What do I do to collect my money or property?
9. Is the Small Claims Court ruling final?
10. What do I do, if I am being sued in Small Claims Court?