verb (used with object), sub·poe·naed, sub·poe·na·ing.
Origin of subpoena
Examples from the Web for subpoenaed
Contemporary Examples of subpoenaed
Stetson was investigated, subpoenaed, and forced to testify in March 1924 about the source of her funds.Star-Spangled Confederates: How Southern Sympathizers Decided Our National Anthem
July 4, 2013
And that data, which is generally used for marketing purposes, could easily be subpoenaed as well.Why Verizon Is Happy to Help Obama and the NSA Spy on Americans
June 6, 2013
News of an expanded investigation–with a subpoenaed paper trail–may be welcome.
David McLaughlin reports that three banks–JP Morgan Chase, UBS, and the American arm of Barclays–have already been subpoenaed.
Congress subpoenaed White House emails, “so I sent a grand total of two,” he said.Chelsea and Bill Clinton on ‘Change Makers,’ the Youth Vote, and More
April 23, 2012
Historical Examples of subpoenaed
Not a word was said to them as to why they had been subpoenaed.
On the night Dieckhoff was subpoenaed he suddenly appeared to claim the trunks.
You and Berrie and Mrs. McFarlane must get out of here before you are subpoenaed.The Forester's Daughter
I was afraid she might have been subpoenaed as a witness at the inquest, but we were both spared that.
I find that she was subpoenaed, but her illness makes it impossible for her to be there.