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  1. Both cases have been fairly identical from a paperwork standpoint. I did miss the window of opportunity to serve the ccp 96, shame on me. Both cases are < $2500 and are out of Riverside County, CA. I am about a week from trial(both cases are on the same day) and I have reading through various posts trying to prepare myself and I am not sure how to proceed. For portfolio I received the ccp 98 and I hired a process server. I received the declaration from the process server today that they were unable to serve the witness. Is my best approach now the Motion in Limine or to wait till tr
  2. UPDATE I filed a Plea to Jurisdiction (shown later down in this thread..thanks to Texasrocker) with my original answer. It shows they havent proven the "facts" of their case they filed originally. I got a mediation letter from Judge a few days later...its in a sep thread. Posts 27,28 have the "facts" and questions listed. 10/14 UPDATE on Post 30 re Mediation denial /question. Plaintiff Refuses Mediation Ill be posting the Discovery and Interrog. later. we have 50 days to answer. I m hoping Plea to jurisdiction will get the Plaintiff to drop suit. to summarize: Got served last night by tru