I am trying to get the calibration test procedures from the calibration lab. The calibration lab is in San Diego State University. I tried getting the university police who have jurisdiction over the university to surve the subpean under cal p.c.
1328. (a) A subpoena may be served by any person, except that the
defendant may not serve a subpoena in the criminal action to which he
or she is a party, but a peace officer shall serve in his or her
county any subpoena delivered to him or her for service, either on
the part of the people or of the defendant, and shall, without delay,
make a written return of the service, subscribed by him or her,
stating the time and place of service. The service is made by
delivering a copy of the subpoena to the witness personally.
They called me to say they don't surve subpoena unless it is on a police personal in the university. I cited cal p.c. 1328. They said it is the county that serve the subpoena. I then said it 1328 said "a peace officer shall serve in his or her county any subpoena" and you have jurisdiction. The person said they will talk to their supervisor.
What should I do if they don't comply? What can I do? How could I used this to my advantage?
P.s. if you need some back ground information on my case (if you like to know) just do a search on my name (blau) in the speeding ticket of this forums.