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  1. Hi all, I really wish I had come across this site sooner than my deadline (tomorrow) to respond to the interrogatories, production, and admissions because I would have been able to sift through more responses here. Would anyone be willing to review what I have answered (many from this site, thanks!) and help with some answers that I have left out? I lost some steam and ideas to respond with around #8. I've "beat" the rent a lawyer from this office once in small claims and had a case dismissed but this one is large enough to be in Civil Court and I don't want to shoot myself in
  2. Here is my questionnaire info. 1.. Who is the named plaintiff in the suit? Cavalry SPV I 2. What is the name of the law firm handling the suit? (should be listed at the top of the complaint.) 3. How much are you being sued for? 4. Who is the original creditor? (if not the Plaintiff) Citibank, N.A 5. How do you know you are being sued? (You were served, right?) Served summons 6. How were you served? (Mail, In person, Notice on door) In person, via process se
  3. In question is a debt of $12,000 from an old Citibank card charged off July 2012, junk collector Cavalry SPV is now pursuing me. Case is ongoing in my municipality in Ohio. I have answered all of their requests and interrogatories and attended a pre trial conference May 2. I believe I caught them offguard as they assigned a new local lawyer that very morning. At the Pretrial I denied everything and the Cavalry Lawyer kept badgering me for my birthdate and social security, I simply stated you guys should already have this and know who I am. Long story short, the Judge asked Cav
  4. In question is a debt of $12,000 from an old Citibank card, junk collector Cavalry SPV is now pursuing me. I have answered all of their requests and interrogatories and attended a pre trial conference May 2. I believe I caught them offguard as they assigned a new local lawyer that very morning. At the Pretrial I denied everything and the Cavalry Lawyer kept badgering me for my birthdate and social security, I simply stated you guys should already have this and know who I am. Long story short, the Judge asked Cavalry as to where is the signed contract? The Cavalry attorney stat
  5. Wow. From the Affidavit of Richard A. Posner, Esq., recently retired after more than 35 years as an Article III judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, including a seven-year term as the court’s chief judge: https://www.scribd.com/document/361959492/Motion-for-Richard-A-Posner-to-be-Designated-as-Advisory-Counsel-in-CA-4-case-No-17-1955 "6. I have decided to dedicate my post-judicial career to helping pro se litigants."
  6. Introduction: Sued by JH Debt Portfolio Equities, LLC (JDB2), debt purchased from Oliphant Financial, LLC (JDB1) whom purchased from OC (Capital One) Account and Debt are unknown to me (Pro Se Defendant) Responded to Petition with General Denial and Special Exceptions, requested Disclosures from Plaintiff (required multiple additional requests to comply to get documents) Responded to Plaintiff's Request for Admission with Denials. Current Delimma: Plaintiff (JDB2) filed Motion for Summary Judgment. In the motion the Plaintiff specifically refers to Bussiness Reco
  7. Need advice. Junk debt attorney sued me in 2014 for allegations on a Care Credit card (which was sanctioned for violating the CFPA by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for many illegal practices). My answer was timely filed and now it's going on 18 months with no activity from the court or plaintiffs. I received a letter for trial date next month. What are my options?
  8. Hi guys, first time here. I live in a small town in Washington and my resources here seem to be very limited. I've never been sued before but I received a summons yesterday for 3 different medical bills rolled into one, totally 298 dollars (can they even do that?). I called the collection agency (Armada), scared to death, and was ready to pay the 427 dollar bill that it had increased to. However the woman told me, since it was now filed with the court I also had to pay attornies fees and so forth, now totally 841 dollars (i'm pretty sure it doesn't cost $400 to file a complaint). I know i
  9. The Supreme Court has changed its rules, preventing Pro Se litigants from having their case heard before our highest court. I strongly disagree with the message this sends. Free and equal access to all aspects of our legal system for all citizens is a basic principle that should not be changed. The following story highlights the last Pro Se party to argue before the Supreme Court - 30 years ago. See: http://news.yahoo.com/only-lawyers-now-argue-supreme-court-083024863.html
  10. I am pro se and defending our foreclosure case in Orange County, Fl and about to file a 'Motion to Vacate Judgment' in terms of Rule 1.130(a) and Rule 1.540 b (1,2&3). Can anyone, who has cases in mind or has access to 'Westlaw', Lexis Nexis, etc., please give me links to a number of Appeal cases where judgments favored the mortgagor(borrower) in connection the above two Fl Rules. Much appreciated.
  11. MY MIDLAND "START TO FINISH" STORY After struggling with this debt collection nightmare with Fred Hanna and Midland Funding for over a year it all ended today with a judgment in favor of me, the defendant! The road was long and included the dunning phase, a case filed in magistrate court (dismissed without prejudice) and then re-filed a few months later in State court. Because I was also suffering being laid off from my job, I can’t even explain the fear and stress I experienced during this whole process. But I really want to share this experience, because it has ended with a positive resu