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Author Topic: Subpoena to appear in court being done to harass and harm a family member  (Read 2959 times)

CDAN99

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Someone in my family is being subpoenaed to appear in family court. This is being done to harass and harm her and for no other real reason. I am pro-se and would like to know if there is a way to avoid having this family member appear in court. Is there a way to file an affidavit on her behalf or request another court date for her due to extreme hardship?


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Nope -- not that I know of.
 
Probably just a bluff.

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Figured it was worth a shot to ask. Kind of figured the same. Thanks

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My EX#2 included abou 15 people as potental witnesses during one round, me about two.  Judge controlled all that and was none too happy with him.

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Judge doesn't like me anyway. Once you have owed arrears, you are public enemy No. 1. You want to hear a little twist to this case? The person I am trying to protect is the same person who is locking me out of home. Go figure.


 

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