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  1. I served PLAINTIFF witness with a subpoena and I try to file it at court. Today I received this notice. Plaintiff had served me with ccp 98 testimony in lieu for this witness. I served a subpoena for plsintiff witness and after being served i took it to the court to get it filed. The court returned the subpoena with the attached letter... I served a ccp 96 but they never responded. Will PLAINTIFF be able to use the Declaration in lieu of testimony of this witness during trial or any other evidence learned in discovery? I'm so nervous since I have court in 2 days😣😣😣
  2. 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 c
  3. A friend of mine in Arizona recently divorced her husband. She just received a letter in the mail from JH Portfolio that is a Subpoena for Production and Copying of Documents. She has no income and no assets other than her car. Her husband is a veteran on disability. He is not paying her any spousal support. If they were ever served...most likely they were...he never told her anything about it. Any advice on what she can/should do at this point? Although she has lived in the US for 11 years or more, married to the same man, she never applied for US Citizenship. She would like
  4. Hi, All. Does anyone have a reliable process server they can recommend (based on past personal experience) in the Greater San Diego area? I need to have a subpoena served on a JDB employee there. The job will require that they attempt personal service up to (3) times before leaving it with anyone else, sending me an Affidavit of Due Diligence (preferably in both electronic and hard copy form), and do it all in a very timely fashion. Any leads are very much appreciated, particularly if you can tell me a little bit about your experience with the company or individual being recommended.
  5. I'm writing up my Objection to Plaintiff's Declaration in Lieu using @h8spleadingpaper's objection as a exemplar. I have a few questions and am hoping the California folks can help me out. For Argument A ("Failed to Comply With CCP Section 98") H8 states the declarant "does not say where the declaration was executed. He also does not give an address in California where he may personally be served." For my case, the declarant does give an address in La Jolla, CA where "this affiant is available for service of process ... during the 20 days immediately prior to trial. If service is of process
  6. Listen, I am not a lawyer and I am not an expert, by any means, but I've been reading this forum for over a year, and now that I have also had some experience in these matters, I feel compelled to make a few observations about (what seems to me to be) the general strategy that JDBs (junk debt buyers) use, at least in California. 1st – The JDBs depend upon the fact that most defendants are not going to answer the complaint filed against them, which allows the JDB to receive a default judgement, winning the case, and allowing the JDB to then proceed to garnishing the defendant's wages. 2nd
  7. Hi, I filed my subpoena and its in the hands of the process server. Do I have to also answer the Plaintiffs Request for witness and evidence or is the subpoena enough. Or should I answer the plaintiffs request and attach the subppoena. The 20 day window for me to answer the plaintiffs request is on Feb 13, 2015. Well just heard from my process server and the affiant was PERSONALLY SERVED at the address listed on the CCP98. NOW WHAT?????
  8. I'm stressing! I have brain freeze! Not sure what to do now. I have to answer a CCP 96, don't know if I should subpoena a witness that works in Plaintiff's attorney's office - he submitted a CCP 98. HELP! Like I mentioned in another post, I'M in Ventura County, Calif, my case is assigned to Judge O'Neill, don't think he liked me much the 1st time I was in front of him. BV80 Xenophon
  9. Newbie here. I have been reading all of the information on this site for several weeks now, and believe I now am "up to speed" enough to post here for suggestions and/or advice. I also realize there is a basic list of questions I should repost (along with pertinent information) to get the ball rolling, but frankly I have so many issues to address, I will most likely need the assistance of the Moderator in determining which thread my posts/questions belong in. I do know that I must address the legal issues first (like the default judgments) but after starting the ball rolling with those, I
  10. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? JDB Hirishberg Acceptance Corp 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.)Hirshberg Acceptance Corp. The plaintiff is an attorney 3. How much are you being sued for?$1,152.42 includes court fees 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff)American Express 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?)Never received an original letter to validate. Just served and the server did not take my signature. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door)I
  11. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? JDB 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.)Hirshberg Acceptance Corp 3. How much are you being sued for?$152.42 includes court fees 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff)American Express 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?)Never received an original letter to validate. Just served and the server did not take my signature. 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door)In person at my home 7. Was the service legal as required
  12. I need a subpoena served in Woodland Hills. However, I have been unemployed for 4 years and live on food stamps in a room provided by my father. I am 53 years old and am one of the millions who lost it all in the Great Recession and have yet to recover. I cannot afford a process server. Is there anyone who can help out? I have a separate thread i started regarding my case called "Going to Trial in California" if you want to know more about the case.
  13. 1. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? 3. How much are you being sued for? X,XXX.XX plus 24% attorney fees a total of $XX,XXX.XX a total of $16,000 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Chase OC, sold to JDB, and Transfer to 2JDB Inc. 5. How do you know you are being sued? not properly served. 6. How were you served? drop sumons andcomplain on the mailbox no envelope or stamp. Papers on mailbox, no envelope or stamp. 7. Was the service legal as required by your state? No. the best reason to vacate a j