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Texas Occupations Code - OCC § 1051.204. Subpoena

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(a) The board may request and, if necessary, compel by subpoena:

(1) the attendance of witnesses for examination under oath;  and

(2) the production for inspection or copying of records, documents, and other evidence relevant to the investigation of an alleged violation of this subtitle.

(b) The board, acting through the attorney general, may bring an action to enforce a subpoena issued under Subsection (a) against a person who fails to comply with the subpoena.

(c) Venue for an action brought under Subsection (b) is in a district court in:

(1) Travis County;  or

(2) any county in which the board may conduct a hearing.

(d) The court shall order compliance with the subpoena if the court finds that good cause exists to issue the subpoena.

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