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  1. Hi. This is my first post here. I've been searching high and low for help regarding a lawsuit filed against me by Portfolio Recovery Associates in Los Angeles County, and I'm at a loss as to how to proceed. I'm unable to afford an attorney, but my research has shown me that you can defend yourself on these cases, and actually have a decent shot of winning. After they initially served me, I figured out how to respond to their summons, and I did so with about as many affirmative defenses as I could find. Unfortunately, I missed the discovery phase and only started paying attention to the case again a couple of weeks ago when they served me with their witnesses "testament in lieu of live testimony." I know that I need to subpoena their witness, and I need to do it quick (trial is on the 6th of June), but I've never served a subpoena before, and I'd really like to do it right - could someone point me in the right direction?