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A. The clerk may issue subpoenas and any other process to compel the attendance of witnesses at a hearing involving a child.

B. The county attorney or attorney general who will present evidence at a hearing involving a juvenile who is accused of committing a delinquent or incorrigible act may issue subpoenas to compel the attendance of a witness at the hearing.

C. Any person may serve a subpoena issued pursuant to subsection B.

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