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Plaintiff request to reschedule Calendar Announcement for my case


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Hello all,

This is actually on another thread of mine, but it has gotten very long and wanted to post a new one regarding this letter I received from Hanna and Associates wanting to reschedule Calendar Announcement.

 

I got copied on this letter from the Plaintiff in the mail that was sent to the Judge asking to reschedule my case for Calendar Announcements that was due on 4 Mar 2013.  I don't know why I was never told about this case date.  Shouldn't I have gotten some sort of court date for this so that I could have attended?  How do I ensure I get the next date?

Anyhow, this is what is in the letter that was sent to the Judge and myself from the Plaintiff (Hanna and Associates):

 

Judge XXXXX,

The above styled case is scheduled for Calendar Announcements due on March 4, 2013.  Please be advised that the defendant filed their answer on September 10, 2012 (actually I filed my answers to their first Discovery requests on 15 Nov 2012, and they (Plaintiff) filed their answers to my first Discovery requests on 14 Dec 2012).  We are currently not ready for trial at this time, and would like the full 180 days to conduct discovery (they were not able to answer all my Discovery requests that I had sent them).  Please allow this letter to serve as a formal request to remove the case from the aforementioned calendar as well as any upcoming trial calendars to the next term of court.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter, and should you have any questions or wish to discuss this matter please do not hesitate to contact me.  Please send your response back directly to the calendar department at ………………… or fax ………………..

 

 

That is basically everything in their letter.  Is there anything that I as the Defendant can do or use this letter to my advantage?

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Steve, Defendant

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