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Parent Directions from the Tribunal to the General Secretary re Summoning of Witnesses
Date June 1946
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 3
Folder General Reports and Memoranda from June 1946
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
associated with the prosecution or defense, or by the Marshal of the Tribunal, or by any other competent person designated by the Marshal or the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers for this purpose. (g)The Summons for a witness who resides or can only be found outside the zone of occupation shall be delivered to the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers for service in such manner as he may direct. (h)The original summons shall be shown to the person served and a copy of the summons shall be delivered to him at the time of service. The person serving a summons shall immediately thereafter make return of service on the original summons and file the same in the office of the General Secretary. Such return shall indicate the name of the person served, time and place where service was made. (i)The summons may be issued in blank name only upon the written order of the Tribunal after proper showing by the party desiring such blank summons, and at the time of service of said blank summons the server shall insert the name of the party summoned. (j)All witnesses other than Japanese nationals appearing before the Tribunal either voluntarily or in response to a summons, shall be paid Two Dollars Fifty Cent ($2.50) a day for each day -3-