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  1. I also recommend checking online if possible to see if they filed the CCP98 with the courts. They claim to have served me, but I conveniently never got it and had to find out online. Here is the link if you are in LA- http://www.lacourt.org/casesummary/ui/
  2. They dismissed without prejudice. Their affiant didn't show up. I thought I filed a cross complaint with my response to the original answer. I prayed for loss of consortium/sleep Their attorney told me its not a cross complaint. Was he right? I should have asked the judge about the subpoena as their attorney claimed he got it. But the affiant wasn't there. I understand it's hearsay that he got it because it was left in care of, but is there a way to somehow hold him liable? I should have asked the judge but I felt I disrespected his court room because the attorney kept hovering over me trying
  3. They dismissed without prejudice. Their affiant didn't show up. I thought I filed a cross complaint with my response to the original answer. I prayed for loss of consortium/sleep Their attorney told me its not a cross complaint. Was he right? I should have asked the judge about the subpoena as their attorney claimed he got it. But the affiant wasn't there. I understand it's hearsay that he got it because it was left in care of, but is there a way to somehow hold him liable? I should have asked the judge but I felt I disrespected his court room because the attorney kept hovering over me trying
  4. Thanks for the response Anon. Will there be any case law that they will most likely cite to rebute my Objections that I should be aware of? I'm prepared to object like a madman to every piece of hearsay they allege, verbally and by paper. Edit: Sorry, Maybe I should have been a lawyer... my instinct is to just reask the same question over again in a different manner lol
  5. 3 Days before trial. I've been studying case law and really understanding my objections pertaining to them. I've sat in on a couple trials and will be sitting in on more tomorrow. I feel comfortable with the process. What arguments should I expect from them and how should I counter them? Any other advice is greatly appreciated.
  6. Thanks for response and help. Good news. They were 1 day late with ccp96(I sent it overnight on the 12/17 and they responded 1/9). I will definitely be objecting to ccp96 to cut off their "or unless ordered for good cause on noticed motion." Should I quote law cases in the letter or, per calawyer just "Write a letter saying it was late and you will take the position at trial that plaintiff should not be permitted to introduce documents or witness." As I'm figuring out what to do about ccp98/96, I keep getting this idea in the back of my head that by filing this ahead of time, it may cause
  7. I'll be doing that first thing when I get home. They are asking to accept service in care of abc legal, in downtown la. Any referral would much be appreciated. If I have to pay a pretty penny so be it. It's much better than losing.
  8. They mailed the testimony in lieu to the wrong address. So Im thinking the ccp98 should be void, but I figure I should subpoena anyway. I'm also going to mail an objection to letter including this prior to trial. I got the courts to issue the subpoena, but I ran into a problem. The sheriff office will not serve because it is now 9 court days before trial due to holiday. Should I have a friend subpoena serve the subpoena or should I hire another company?
  9. So I just discovered that they submitted their ccp98 with the court without serving me a copy. I'm going down to the courthouse tomorrow to request that document and to subpoena the affiant right away. And on a different note, I sent the ccp96 USPS overnight with RRR(It shows the received it next day) and it's 6 days past their time(22 days) to respond. I'm thinking that they either slipped up and waited too long or are simply ignoring my ccp96.
  10. 15 days out from a court date of 1/29. I've just been reading Homeless's and working on understanding that. If you get one that is more up to date, please repost it here . Thank you!
  11. Congrats! It's looking like PRA is going to be doing the same thing to me. If the alleged debt is still under the SOL, I understand they can still sue. Is there anything that we can do to prevent them from suing again or do differently now that they have already dismissed a case?