The normal time mandated for in-state defendants to respond to a complaint is within 20 days. for those named who live out-of-state, the time extends to 60 days. So if one complaint lists some defendants who live in-state and some who live out-of-state, does this affect the response requirements for the in-state defendants? i.e. does an in-state defendant who would normally be required to file a response within 20 days get given an extension by virtue of the fact that he/she is named alongside out-of-state defendants, or do the same 20 days (in-state) and 60 days (out-of-state) response timeframes stay in tact? if they remain in place, then is it permitted (and normal/common place) for complaints that have both in-state and out-of-state defendants respond at different times? if that were the situation, what does that do to the case overall? like what happens to the in-state defendants responses? do they just sit there and wait for the other out-of-state defendants responses too? or does the rules change, and the out-of-state defendants become forced to respond sooner than what they would otherwise be allowed if they were exclusively listed?