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    Certified letter in the mail...

    What could be the reasons for this? I live in Kentucky my permanent address is in Boone county, my current residence is in Madison county. There was a
    Certified letter from Madison County Circuit Court delivered to the Boone county address. I have no outstanding tickets, no arrests or any legal trouble.
    Could it be a subpoena as a witness perhaps? There is a situation that could warrant that. I am also delinquent on hospital bills could there be some sort of
    civil litigation against me, I owe money from September so it hasn't been that long.

    Anyone with any knowledge of this type of situation, someone from KY with knowledge of how the courts work here. Any information would be a great help. I also called the circuit court, and district courts of Madison county and neither of them had my name on any of their records. Does this seem a bit odd to
    you?

    Edit: I have no way of getting this piece of mail until Saturday or Monday when it is forwarded to my current residence in Madison county. My
    father was not able to sign for it being as it required my signature with ID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoriBustard View Post
    Jury duty?
    That's what I was going to say.

    I thought subpoenas had to be hand delivered by a Sheriff?

    Hospitals bills will eventually be sent to a collection agency and you'll hear from them ad nauseum way before any court gets involved.

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    Certified letter in the mail...

    I was correct in my assumptions of a subpoena. I called my attorney to see if he had any knowledge and it was as a witness to an incident when I was on a deck. We'll it collapsed with about 10 of us on it at a friends get together and some people were hurt.

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