I do not want to go to plaintiff's attorneys office. He sent me several demeaning and u truw emails.In one he called me stupid.
You received a notice of deposition. You have to go or the plaintiff will take a default on the record. Your answer will be stricken. You cannot simply send in written answers to questions because that is another discovery devise called interrogatories and apparently the plaintiff's attorney did not opt for interrogatories. I am not sure what kind of case this is, but you should not go into the deposition unrepresented since this attorney seems abusive. If this is related to personal injury, your insurance company will supply you with a lawyer to attend the deposition. You will be fine. Good luck.
If you are reprinted by counsel, then the plaintiff's attorney should not be contacting you directly.
Did you receive document demands or a deposition notice? If document demands you can mail your responses. If a deposition notice, the other side has the right to it but you can request it be at a court reporter's office. That said, there is nothing unusual about going to the adversary's attorney's office for a deposition.
I am a former federal and State prosecutor and have been handling criminal defense and personal injury cases for over 18 years. The above answer, and any follow up comments or emails, is for informational purposes only and not meant as legal advice.
If its a request for documents you can just send them, no need to go to plaintiff's office.
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