IN – Orly v Election Commission – Code Orly…

What can I say… Orly attached a subpoena to her email…

KIP WAINSCOTT AND MIKE JABLONSKI, ATTORNEYS FOR BARACK OBAMA RECEIVED SUBPOENAS FOR THEIR CLIENT TO APPEAR AT TRIAL AS A WITNESS IN TAITZ ET AL V ELECTIONS COMMISSION AND SEC OF STATE OF INDIANA

Does Orly really believe that this is sufficient to subpoena the president. ROTFL

Kip Wainscott is the lawyer for Obama for America and Mike Jablonski represented the President in Georgia. ROTFL… Neither lawyer represents Obama in the Indiana action as he is not even a defendant…

IC 35-37-5-2

 (d) A subpoena may be served by any person. Service of a subpoena upon a person shall be made in the same manner as provided in the Indiana Rules of Trial Procedure.

Indiana Rules of Civil Procedure

Rule 45. Subpoena

(C)Service.A subpoena may be served by the sheriff or his deputy, a party or any person. Service of a subpoena upon a person named therein shall be made by delivering a copy thereof to such person. Service may be made in the same manner as provided in Rule 4.1, Rule 4.16 and Rule 5(B).

These rules outline how summons are to be perfected… Any chance Orly followed the rules? Email…??!!