Over the years, The Juice has had many personal injury cases where folks have attempted to avoid service of process. Guess how many of them were eventually served? 99+% of them! Here’s a story of a man who really did not want to be served, as reported by Ocala.com:
The victim [process server] told authorities he went to the Southwest Ocala home early in the day but was told by a woman that her father was not there and that he should come back after 6 p.m.
Not uncommon, but …
The man said he returned to the home and got out of his vehicle and was approached by several dogs, which were aggressive. He said he was afraid of being bitten so he used pepper spray to stop the dogs from attacking him.
Whew. But that was just the first line of defense.
Then, he said, a man standing by the front window watching him came out of the home with a black semi-automatic weapon and fired a shot over his head.
The official said he first hid behind his car, then got in the vehicle and drove away and called law enforcement.
So much for not shooting the messenger.
Deputies arrived and detained David W. Fisher, 57. He told them he deliberately let his dogs outside because they are trained guard dogs and he knew the court official would be back to serve him paperwork. Fisher was charged with aggravated assault and threatening a public official.
You’ll find the source here.