In Re: Letter of Request for International Judicial Assistance from the District Court of Kielce, Poland In Re: Letter of Request for International Judicial Assistance from the District Court of Kielce, Poland
In re: Letter of Request for International Judicial Assistance from the District Court of Nowym Saczu, Poland
Upon Application of the United States, and the Court having read and considered the Letter Rogatory (Exhibit 1), from the District Court of Bialystok, Poland seeking evidence for use in a judicial proceeding in that country, and it appearing that the requirements of 28 U.S.C. § 1782 have been satisfied,
Attorney General in the matter of a request for International Judicial Assistance from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York - Grand Court of the Cayman Islands
The District Court granted Defendants' Motion for the Issuance of a Letter of Request for International Judicial Assistance Pursuant to the Hague Convention on Taking Evidence Abroad...
Criminal defendants or their defense counsel seeking judicial assistance in obtaining evidence or in effecting service of documents abroad in connection with criminal matters may do so via the letters rogatory process.
a. When a witness is unwilling to testify voluntarily, the usual way to compel the required evidence is by a letter rogatory, also known as letter of request, from a court in one country to a court in another country, requesting judicial assistance. (See 22 CFR 92.54.)
In Richardson, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas sent a letter of request for international judicial assistance to the Alberta Court. The American Court asked the Alberta Court to direct and order a party to produce a corporate representative to answer oral questions.
Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence - pursuant to a request from Poland for judicial assistance in the civil matter of Stanislaw Mojsa - from People's United Bank, filed at the U. S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.
the request for international judicial assistance from the Krakowa-Śródmieścia District Court in Kraków, Poland, in the Matter ofKrzysztofa Nowaka v. Danuta