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I'm a defendant in a civil lawsuit, but cannot afford to continue litigating & will soon default. I can no longer pay my attorney, so he's not advising me anymore.
My attorney is still my attorney of record, & he recently forwarded me RFAs from the opposing counsel, & said that my not answering the RFAs will have the effect of admitting they're all true. Since I will soon default, I won't respond any further to the lawsuit, including not answering the RFAs.
Some of the RFAs ask me to admit whether I committed serious criminal acts. Will my failure to answer have the effect of an admission ONLY FOR THIS CIVIL LAWSUIT, or would my refusal to answer have the effect of an admission for a potential future criminal case, i.e. if a D.A. tried to use these RFAs as party admissions against me?