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It is a contract case with a forner friend who owed me money and agreed in writing to repay it, but didn't. The warrant was issued because she didn't show up in court (twice) though she accepted service, the standard for accepting service in small claims court being that first-class mail is received and not returned.
So a default judgment was issued after the first no-show. After the defendant made no attempt to contact me following that, I returned to court and the the warrant was issued.
I would like to show this to her employer (or at a minimum the departmental administrative assistant to give to her directly), and/or post it on her office door. I would also like to show this to other family members.
thanks for your promptness! But take your time -- no urgency.
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