Judge Who Had Process Server Arrested Brought Up On Charges

Judge Layne Walker surrenders JEFFERSON COUNTY — KFDM obtains mugshots of former judge, two Sheriff’s Office employees and a former employee, following their indictments by a grand jury overseen by a special prosecutor. Layne Walker, Tim Smith, Chad Kolander, Steven Broussard are all the men arrested. Walker was indicted for Abuse of Official Capacity, a […]

Process Server Challenges

Process servers face some interesting challenges Process servers will face obstacles while performing their duties. It comes with the territory. For instance the subpoena they have one day to get served but the person isn’t home or the order to show cause for the person that refuses to answer the door. There are cars in […]

Video Saves Process Server

Video Saves Process Server from Hefty Jail Sentence • by Stephanie Irvine / ServeNow Article We often write about ways in which process servers can protect themselves from violence, Motions to Quash in litigation, and data attacks. Today’s post is going to cover how a process server protected himself from unscrupulous allegations, which sadly, could […]

Service of Process Domestic/Foreign Companies

Service of Process for both Domestic and Foreign Companies Office of The Minnesota Secretary of State The Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State will accept and forward service of process for both domestic and foreign companies. 1.  If the company is filed with our office, but could not be served at its registered office address, the document may be served […]

Serve Eviction Notice Via Email

Michigan Landlords May Soon Serve Eviction Notices via Email National Association of Legal Support Professsionals Posted by Jeff Karotkin Friday, March 20, 2015 A Bill in the Michigan Legislature introduced earlier this year, if passed would allow landlords to give notice of an eviction via email if authorized by a written agreement. House Bill 4038 […]