A motion to quash, fix conditions or modify a subpoena shall be made promptly in the
court in which the subpoena is returnable. If the subpoena is not returnable in a court, a request to withdraw or modify the
subpoena shall first be made to the person who issued it and a motion to quash, fix
conditions or modify may thereafter be made in the supreme court; except that such
motion with respect to a child support subpoena issued pursuant to section one hundred eleven-p of the social services law shall be made to a judge of the family court or the supreme court. Reasonable conditions may be imposed upon the granting or denial of a motion to
quash or modify.
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