I've been reading over the defendants motion, and this is going to be easier than I thought!
The attorney is under the impression that I made one complaint, and it was 3 years ago. I saved every email, and every voicemail over the 3 years of dealing with this guy. The guy only gave one letter (dated 2009) to his attorney, and that's it!!
The attorney is claiming that the statute of limitations
has expired. The fact is, the last problem I had with his client was less than 8 months ago, or about 1 week before I filed this case.
Their entire Motion is less than 2 pages. (not including the cover sheet, etc.)
I know that you said the shorter the better...so I'm going to go off of the example that I received and not make anything more than 2-3 pages.
The attorney I'm up against is from a huge firm. This person has been out of law school less than 1 year, and they have assumed that I will not have an answer to this.
I can't say that representing myself is something that I ever wanted to do, but I have a very good friend who is a federal attorney & he's insisted that with the amount of evidence I have (and the fact that I'm not afraid of a Judge), I can & should do this myself. After reading the responses I've received from everyone on this site, and seeing that the entire motion is less than 2 pages, I believe my friend may be correct.
Since I am not an attorney, I will still have a few questions (and you've been a great help). This one will be super easy for you:
Do I need to attach a copy of my evidence to the response, or just cite some specific names, dates, places, etc.?