Senator Pan’s Deposition Subpoena

On May 16, 2016 T. Matthew Phillips, attorney for Revolt Revoke Restore, claimed his office served a deposition subpoena to take the videotaped deposition of Senator Richard Pan.


As T. Matthew Phillips and Senator Richard Pan continue to compete for douche of the year honors I call deposition subpoena BULLSHIT for the following 10 reasons:

REASON #1depositionCodeOfCivilProcedure20DAYS

As you can see above, CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 2025.210 (b) clearly states, “The plaintiff may serve a deposition notice without leave of court on any date that is 20 days after the service of the summons on, or appearance by, any defendant.”  Why does the Superior Court of California County of Los Angeles website show no record of T. Matthew Phillips (plaintiff ) having ever served Senator Richard Pan with a summons? 


Basic math.  May 9th – May 16th is not 20 days as required by CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 2025.210 (b).



The summons filed on May 9th, 2016 was for the State of California not Senator Richard Pan.   5_9_16Summons



No deposition subpoena proof of service exists on the Superior Court of California Los Angeles County website as required by Rule 3.2236 (e) depositionproofofservice





Anyone can download the Deposition Subpoena For Personal Appearance SUBP-015 PDF file from the internet. 



Tickets available?   Who is dumb enough to believe this BULLSHIT? 



Dr. Richard Pan doesn’t have an office at 2521 Stockton Blvd. #2200 Sacramento, Ca. 95817.

According to Dr. Pan’s Linkedin profile he has been a Pediatrician at WellSpace Health from 2011-present. new_service_map-1260.jpg


CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE SECTION 2025.220. (a) (6) doesn’t permit Del Bigtree to film.  “the operator of the video camera shall be a person who is authorized to administer an oath, and shall not be financially interested in the action”





One thought on “Senator Pan’s Deposition Subpoena

  1. I would like to point out that since Senator Pan is not a name defendant, the ONLY possible way is to serve a subpoena. And so- I lost you passed that point.


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