Aug 28, 2010

You get what you pay for

In his latest editorial, Philip R. Klein commented on the competition between private process servers and Jefferson County Deputy Constables:
And we in the private sector who can do it better in some cases (not to knock the guys and girls in office) do more of the basic paper - the citations/TRO's/Subpoena's.
From Klein (Plaintiff) v. Faggard (Defendant):
Plaintiff was made aware of Defendant's displeasure with services rendered on two (2) occasions when Philip R. Klein advised Defendant that he pulled a gun on someone while attempting to serve a subpoena. Defendant was unhappy about this and had some serious questions as to whether or now Plaintiff, Philip R. Klein, acted properly in pulling a gun on the witnesses and/or the people he was serving process on.
At the time, Klein was working off a debt owed to Attorney Mark Faggard for representation in other litigation.

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

Klein makes a great argument for limiting CHLs to people who don't have mental problems.

Anonymous said...

Scary and I'm sure the gun was loaded.

Anonymous said...

wow, where are the honest people
new york, neu juesy, neverland tx
mcdermott, stark familly
80k promise broken
absconded, secret information
sounds like a case for prk vest
a gun toting pi with wornout alligator boots and croc-media-gator tears
another one on the way to the 5th
for klein and morgan

Anonymous said...

Wow, pulling a weapon on a witness! Crazy stuff!