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I received a responsive declaration and memorandum of points and authority in opposition to a motion to quash I filed. The declaration is not signed by the the other party, only there attorney. The declaration is a diatribe making dozens of false and baseless accusations.
One accusation opposing counsel has recanted via email, but has failed to amend pleadings.
The accusation states I was hauled out of a building by security, is very prejudicial, and the incident never ever happened.
Does attorney's signature on declaration in lieu of clients constitute counsel is testifying, also he has no material knowledge of any of the false statement made against me.