An employee of the state must receive all regular pay and benefits for time spent
answering a subpoena when called to testify in connection with the employee's official
duties in a civil action in which the state or one of its agencies is not a party.
The person requesting issuance of the subpoena shall, if requested by the affected
state agency, reimburse the agency for the compensation, including regular pay and
benefits, paid to the employee for time spent answering the subpoena. As used in this section, “employee” means an employee of the executive, legislative,
or judicial branch of state government.
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