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  1. Hey everyone. I was served papers from discover card. They are being represented by Blitt and Gaines PC - A fairly active debt law firm. I would love some advice on my case. Most of my hangups are on procedural stuff. I really am having a hard time finding answers for that. I will preference this by saying, my goal is to cause enough legal trouble for the plaintiff that I can settle for 50%. total debt is 3700 I filed a motion to dismiss for insufficiency of process. Citing Indiana Law 12(B)4 - which says insufficiency of process is a valid motion to dismiss. I cited Indiana law
  2. In another thread a member stated we cannot put caselaw in an answer to the complaint. I say we can it is our free speech and it is relevant authority so why not. I am eager to see if this citing of caselaw in the answer kills their case, and makes an answer an offensive weapon.