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Prescott Man Shots Process Server

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Prescott Man Shots at Process Server... Originally posted by: The Daily Courier - Re-posted by Constable Court Services for information relevance Prescott police arrested a man Saturday on charges including attempted second-degree murder after a process server who posted papers at the man's home told police the man shot him in the back as he walked back to his vehicle. An officer booked Larry Stewart, 57, of Prescott into the Yavapai County Jail on charges of attempted second-degree murder, aggravated assault and three counts of firing a weapon in city limits. Bob Palmer of Palmer Investigations said on Saturday his [...]

Process Server Violence, things you should know.

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June 1st , 2016 The service of process is such an intricate part of the justice systems due process that it must be accomplished before any case can be heard by a judge. If fact, proper execution of service gives the courts and judges the authority to preside-over and adjudicate its outcome.  However the violence that accompanies this process is the reason for this article. The civil process in a court preceding can sometimes turn violent, especially when emotions are high and points-of-views are passionate. This is not the expected norm, nor is it regular practice for violence to be [...]

Man shoots at Process Server

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Re-Published and updated by: Constable Court Services - Anthony Barnes 05/30/2016 Christian Shenk who we remember as an angry recipient of court documents, served by a civil process server, retaliated in the worst imaginable way. It was reported, that Shenk went into his garage and emerge with a rifle, firing several shots into the victim's car. On August 8th, 2016, Shenk is scheduled to appear in court in Carroll County and is facing Attempted Murder 2nd Degree, Assault 1st Degree, Firearm Use / Felony / Violent Crime, and Reckless Endangerment. The Firearm Use is in the commission of a serious violent crime which makes [...]

Ex-Constable Accused of Prostitution Ring

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FRANKLIN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A former Franklin County constable, Thomas Banta, accused in a prostitution ring, wasn’t in court Friday, but his co-defendant, Hendra Valentine was. Both were indicted on charges of kidnapping and impersonating a police officer. Valentine agreed to a plea deal, to testify against Banta. New court documents claim police officers and legislators were clients of Thomas Banta. A witness said in a statement she applied for a job at Banta Security and Investigations, and Banta solicited her to work as a prostitute. According to the documents, Banta told her that he had “upscale” men who [...]

Process Server Hours

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10 O'clock Is Too Late For A Process Server! What time is too late for a Process Server to come to my house?  Process Server Hours - The Laws in most States say that the Process Server should go to a person(s) home when they believe the Defendant to be there. Most Process Servers will go to a person(s) house or home once in the morning, again in the afternoon, and if necessary at night. This helps the Process Server to establish due diligence. A season or veteran process server will leave a card or a note. This not only helps to establish [...]

New York Process Server Company Owner Jailed For Sewer Service

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 New York Process Server Company Owner Arrested for Sewer Service Re-posted by Constable Court Services on 4/30/2016 originally Written by Craig D. Robins, Esq. Many consumers have been abused by the egregious fraud perpetrated by American Legal Process, a Lynbrook company used by many high-volume Long Island debt collection law firms.Yesterday I posted news about Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announcing an investigation into process servers who fail to properly serve lawsuit papers (Attorney General Investigating Process Servers for Taking Illegal Shortcuts ). Today, Cuomo announced the arrest of the president of Long Island-based American Legal Process (William Singler) for engaging [...]

Nationwide Process Server vs Process Server (Local)

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Nationwide Process Server vs Process Server (Local) A Nationwide Process Server has a team or an association with other process servers to get service of process executed all over the country. This does not mean that that the service is great or even effective, but it does work. After the service is executed, the success gives the Process Serving Company a boost in reputation.  This sounds like the way to go when choosing a process server, but don’t be fooled. What if service was not completed or effected on the correct address or party. The damage done by someone else [...]

Cuomo Shuts Down West New York Process Server Company For Lying On Affidavits Of Service

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BUFFALO, NY (April 7, 2010) - Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that his office has shut down a Brockport-based process server company that repeatedly claimed in legal affidavits that its employees had made proper service of legal documents to thousands of consumers when in fact it had not. We Serve It For You served summonses, complaints and other legal documents on individuals on behalf of law firms. Read more