hello ive got a jury duty qualification questionnaire . but i dont have a valid ID or proper documents .what should i do.
sure mam ill definitley post a positive rating and thats my promise
well mam i can just fill up my questionnaire and mail them tomorrow . i just say no to US citizen . ok cool i just enclose my copy of passport and ill be fine right. they are asking questions of felony. what should i do
well i had in 2003 a domestic violence on me but my ex wife she dropped it. and ive a copy of Dismissal of order of protection . so i should include that or ot is not necessary. what should i do
domestic violence is felony or a misdemenour. just making sure .
well i just in the starting had to leave my home and then afterwards she dropped it and i do not have to include that right. it was in tennnesse. then in 2008 i got a divorce also and im working as a freelancer and paying my taxes each year. so mam i can just enclose my passport copy and send it right. nothing else . just confirming mam. im really appreciated of your service.you are great. Thank god.
all my information will be confidential mam right. you can give me your office details and email address or contact info so i can always take advices from you in legal matters mam
Oh No Thanking you very much mam. I jst wanted to confirm my total will be $28 right. and i just paid it with my debit card. just wanted to make sure. and thank you very much for your legal help and your excellent answers. Thank you very much mam.
Thank you very much Mam .
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