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  1. If your in california and your being sued with an "ACCOUNT STATED" as a cause of action, then your going to want to look at the jury instructions to see what elements that need to be proven for an account stated. https://www.courts.ca.gov/partners/documents/Judicial_Council_of_California_Civil_Jury_Instructions.pdf Download the pdf and open with adobe and search for ACCOUNT STATED Assignment Contested Assignment NOT Contested
  2. Why wouldn't we avoid the judges that are friendly to debt collectors and push for jury trial? It would make a better record for appeal, and tie the judges hands as far as evidentiary matters.
  3. I did not know to request a jury trial when I first started this, but it's something I've started to toss around in my mind. How does one request a jury trial after already having stated that I didn't want a jury trial on the CMC documents? Also, how do I get a court reporter to be at the trial date? Thanks in advance
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