Sunday, February 21, 2010

Eugene, Oregon Police Seek Volunteer Subpoena Servers

From my town's local paper, the Register-Guard, this item about the police asking for volunteers to serve subponeas:

Ex-cops with a little time to spare are hereby notified that Eugene police need help issuing court orders to crime victims and witnesses.

Police are looking for a handful of retired or former law enforcement officers to volunteer for subpoena-serving duty, which officials say should save the city about $30,000 annually.

This is the same town that literally grabbed citizens from the streets to serve on juries. 

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