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Subpoenas, Warrants, Garnishments, Tort Claims

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Subpoenas | Warrants | Garnishments | Tort Claims

Subpoenas
If you need to serve a subpoena for the appearance in Court of a Community Supervision Officer or for documents from a supervision file, serve the subpoena upon CSOSA's FOIA Office at 633 Indiana Avenue, N.W., 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20004.

All other staff do not accept service of subpoenas and will refer the subpoena to the FOIA Office, even if their name appears on the face of the subpoena.

CSOSA does not accept subpoenas served by facsimile (fax).

For more information on this subject, you should refer to CSOSA's Policy Statement on Subpoenas, Warrants, Garnishments, and Other Legal Process Acrobat PDF format.

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Warrants
Law enforcement personnel seeking to serve a warrant for an offender under CSOSA supervision should refer to CSOSA's Policy Statement on Subpoenas, Warrants, Garnishments, and Other Legal Process Acrobat PDF format.

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Garnishment Order
If you need to serve a garnishment order upon a CSOSA employee, serve the order upon the Office of the General Counsel/FOIA Officer at 633 Indiana Avenue, N.W., 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20004.

For more information on this subject, you should refer to CSOSA's Policy Statement on Subpoenas, Warrants, Garnishments, and Other Legal Process Acrobat PDF format.

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Tort Claims
If you believe that you have a monetary claim against the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency ("CSOSA") for personal injury, death or loss of property caused by the negligent or wrongful acts of CSOSA employees, you need to file your claim in accordance with CSOSA's Policy Statement on Federal Tort Claims Act Procedure Acrobat PDF format.

Please refer to this Policy Statement for specific information (including filing deadlines) on this subject.

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