Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote 8 ta 1 *Carol*
Posted by n on 9/21/06
n'y sez. v ain't the team leader. He just
voted siunara. Over & out!!
On 9/21/06, Paul wrote:
> On 9/21/06, Carol wrote:
>> On 9/21/06, M'sta Mikey wrote:
>>> On 9/21/06, Curmudgeon wrote:
>>>> OK, team. The attorney goes to all of
the time and expense
>>>> to serve this guy in Mexico. How many
think the attorney
>>>> will just say "never mind" if he doesn't
show up? How many
>>>> vote for jail time and/or having to pay
for the costs and
>>>> expenses of serving the subpoena?
>> how do spell contempt of court? a subpoena
being a court order
>> I vote for some jail time, restitution and
a significant fine
>> for blowing off the court order.
>> OP, don't break any laws in CA unless you
favor being a guest of
>> the state for a while.
>> On the other hand, I'm not sure from the
post, the court's in CA
>> was the person serving it a mexican
attorney or a CA attorney?
>> believe me, an attorney's subpoena is just
as valid as one
>> served by the sheriff. but if the attorney
isn't authorized to
>> practice in the state that he's serving it
>> v, say what?
>>>> On 9/20/06, Paul Pomplun wrote:
>>>>> Hi,I have a very rare question, I was
issued a subpoena to
>>>>> appear in court, but it was served to me
>>>>> the subpoena is for CA and I was in
mexico where the person
>>>>> who gave it to me is one of the
defendants attorneys, is it
>>>>> a valid subpoena? Do I have to appear?
And if I never get
>>>>> served do I still have to appear? If i
dont appear what
>>> Hey Paul, can ya sing "Do you really want
to hurt me", by Boy
>>> George, while bending to pick up your soap-
on-a-rope in the
>>> shower with Baba and the boyz?
> No the lawyer is not a mexican one, no the
subpoena is not an
> international one, he tried to serve it like
if i was in CA but we
> where over here in mexico, yes he came to
ask me some questions and
> gave me a subpoena with my name written in
pen lol not like the
> clerk prepared it, im guessing it was a
bogus subpoena trying to
> scare me into appearing that day... hes the
defender of the
> defendant, the prosecutor hasnt even tried
this stunt why should he?
> Anyways i asked somewhere else too and
aparently you cant serve a
> subpoena to a person in another country
unless its a special
> subpoena that allows that, which in my case
Posts on this thread, including this one
- Subpoena, 9/20/06, by Paul Pomplun.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote, 9/21/06, by Curmudgeon.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote, 9/21/06, by v.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote, 9/21/06, by M'sta Mikey.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote, 9/21/06, by Carol.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote, 9/21/06, by Paul.
- Re: Subpoena--Let's All Vote 8 ta 1 *Carol*, 9/21/06, by n.