YoRocky

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  1. Again, sounds like i have a great chance then. With you and the truth on my side, who can stop us??
  2. I have proof the watch is mine. It has a certain distinguishing feature that would make it impossible to me any other similar watch. Its up to him to explain why he has it on his person if he is that stupid to do. But they say thieves always return to the scene of the crime.
  3. everyone here is missing the elephant in the room. this was the security guard at the court house running the xray machine. Its not some teen stealing random items to sell them no ebay. Hello? The security guard at the court house. Its three times worse
  4. ITs value is not based on sentiment but on market value and its worth far more than replacement cost or yardsale value. Impossible there was no one behind me. With covid the courts are by appoitment only and there was no one else behind me only 3 others inside. If the guard does the stupid mistake of wearing that watch when i return, i will call the police outside and tell them the indentifying features that are unique to that watch. On top of a picture of the watch on me. I will prepare a declaration with me so it is indisputable what is said about this identifying feature of
  5. no its no possible it would fall out of a pocket. its a clunky sports watch and i had jeans pants the watch has an identifiable feature in it that would make it impossible to be any other person's watch by coincidence (like if i see that asshole wearing it he will be SO busted on the spot) which police do i call for this? it has to be an independent one not the local courthouse police
  6. A standard watch of immeasurable value as it was an heirlom
  7. Ready for a 100% true story? Yesterday on filing a paper at courthouse, i passed through security. I took off my watch and place them in the basket along with my keys and some change. I also put my bag in front. I then passed through the security metal detector aparatus and waited for the items to come through the xray. Its the same way things are done by TSA. I collected my items. But only later did i realize i didnt have my watch on. After i completed my business at the court, I asked the security guys (two, one that stands guard after the security and one that works the xray)
  8. I did read the response. But do yo really think it its wise to bet the service to someone you dont know who will be impossible to find again and probably have their mental state of mind challenged. I dont.
  9. Yeah i dont think its wise to let a thousands of dollar case ride on a transient stranger found at a homeless shelter. Where is the code that describes it not being a close family member?
  10. No i dont. Does a bill of particular have to be sent with a proof of server? Does every communication during discovery have to be done this way?
  11. Proof of service by mail can not be served by the party. It must be a third party. That is the process server cost im talking about. > When you serve them a document, request, etc the only things you should be spending money on are the envelope, the stamp, and a few dollars for certified mail/confirmation of delivery (not all the time, but most of the time) . Okay i understand the costs of sending a letter certified mail/confirmation delivery. But like i said above, a third party has to do that if im doing a process by service of mail. So my confusion remains. Do i need to s
  12. At $70-$100 a pop, proof of service by mail is proving to be quite costly. I have had to use it to respond to the complaint. Do i also need to use it when sending them a Bill of Particulars? Or any of the additional mailings needed for discovery? Is certified mail return receipt sufficient for this? In what aspects of the lawsuit is proof of service going to be required vs nice to have yet expensive 'insurance' for proof?
  13. maybe i didnt state it clearly...basically, in discovery interchange, does one need proof of service to do it? Or can you just send the requests via certified mail? Or more specifically, do i need a proof of service by mail to send a 'bill of particular' request
  14. At $70-$100 a pop, proof of service by mail is proving to be quite costly. I have had to use it to respond to the complaint. Do i also need to use it when sending them a Bill of Particulars? Or any of the additional mailings needed for discovery? Is certified mail return receipt sufficient for this? In what aspects of the lawsuit is proof of service going to be required vs nice to have yet expensive 'insurance' for proof?