Subpoena Service Made Simple

Due to the complexities of processing subpoenas, we created a designated subpoena Screen Shot 2014-11-22 at 8.44.05 AMservice team specifically to address the accuracy and efficiency of our services. We’re able to deal with the service of process of Subpoena Dues Tecum, Subpoena Ad Testificandum, Information Subpoenas, and more. To provide our clients with the expertise they need for these specialized services, we found it was necessary to expand our team so they could deal with difficult items like civil practice laws and rules for subpoenas.

Hundreds of process servers nationwide allow us to offer fast services. A routine service option gives you a first attempt within 3 to 5 days, while rush service provides you with an attempt on the following day. We also offer a same day service for fast resolutions.

Our subpoena service includes a number of tasks including processing out-of-state subpoenas, calculating and advancing witness fees, so-order subpoenas, personalized “real-time” e-mail status updates, and 24 hour e-mail access to management stuff.

We ensure that our process servers adhere to licensing, education, and bonding requirements in their jurisdiction. With the dedication and expertise to serve your process accurately, Undisputed Legal handles a range of subpoena services that benefit you. No job is too small or too large for us, so call 800-774-6922 to speak to someone about our subpoena services today.

Judge calls killing of 2 USC students ‘shameful’; sentences man to life

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By: Marisa Gerber

Calling the case one of the saddest he has ever presided over, a Los Angeles judge on Monday sentenced a man convicted in the killing of two USC students from China to life in prison without the possibility of parole.Superior Court Judge Stephen A. Marcus described Javier Bolden’s actions in the 2012 fatal shooting as “shameful.”  Continue reading

Judge allows opposition to Santa Ana gang injunction to proceed

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By: Sean Emery

A group of 14 accused members of the Townsend Street gang will get their day in court after an Orange County Superior Court judge on Wednesday gave them time to muster a case for why they shouldn’t be included in a controversial gang injunction. Orange County Superiour Court Judge Franz E. Miller announced that hearings will be held in early January to decide who should or shouldn’t be included in the injunction – a civil order that curtails rights of those found to have taken part in gang activity. Continue reading

Rapper Tiny Doo charged; his album ‘promoted’ shootings, D.A. says

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By: Tony Perry

Among the 15 suspected San Diego street-gang members charged in a string of shootings is Brandon Duncan, an aspiring rap singer. Duncan, 33, who raps under the name Tiny Doo, is not accused of providing the guns or being present at the nine shootings that terrorized a neighborhood where the Lincoln Park gang has long used violence to protect its turf. Instead, prosecutors are going after Duncan over something else: His latest album. Entitled “No Safety,” the album features a picture of a gun and bullets on the cover. Prosecutors say that shows that Duncan fits the legal definition of a gang member who “willfully promotes, furthers, or assists in any felonious criminal conduct by members of that gang.” Duncan is a documented gang member with a “gang moniker” of TD, according to the San Diego police. In 2008 he was charged with pimping and pandering, although the charges were later dismissed. Duncan’s attorney, Brian Watkins, argues that the use of a 2000 law to include Duncan in the case is “absolutely unconstitutional” and a waste of taxpayers’ money by the district attorney. The evidence against Duncan, Watkins said, consists of his rap album and pictures on a social media page of him and several other defendants. The latter is not surprising, he said, given the fact Duncan grew up in San Diego in a neighborhood with gang members.

Juror Bias the Biggest Barrier to Indicting Wilson and Cops That Kill

By: Earl Ofari Hutchinson

If, as seems likely, the St. Louis County Grand Jury refuses to indict Ferguson cop Darren Wilson for slaying Michael Brown it won’t be solely because of a weak, ineffectual, half-hearted, and highly selective presentation of evidence by the County prosecutor. It won’t be because of massive counter pressure from Ferguson police and city officials, and police unions nationally to see that Wilson walks either. The biggest barrier to getting an indictment of Wilson and cops who kill unarmed suspects is the glaring racial and pro-police bias that deeply plagues the jury system and that includes grand jurors. Continue reading

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Craigslist Fires Back After Government Criticism Over Recalled Products

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By: Cindy Galli, Brian Ross and Stephanie Zimmermann

The CEO of Craigslist posted an open letter to a top U.S. government safety official today, saying that while he agrees the consumer product recall system is deeply flawed, he was “dismayed” that the official singled out his company in an ABC News report. Continue reading