Decatur, GA asked in Civil Litigation for Georgia

Q: Lawyer of person I am sueing filled a discovery with court I didn’t received. I have a proof that I was out of country

They said it was delivered to me to answer but I have proof I was flying inn that day from Europe and was at home late at night. Is it falsifying documents form that lawyer side ? Can I use it to show how unethical defendant it ?

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Paula J. Mcgill
Paula J. Mcgill
  • Roswell, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: How did the attorney say it was served, hand delivery, mail, etc.?

If the attorney said it was hand delivered to you and not to your address, you will be able to dispute it by showing you were out of the country. Demand the attorney show how it was served.

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