As the deranged on-line behavior of Revolt Revoke Restore attorney Todd Matthew Phillips continues SB277 activist Kimberly McCauley has taken action via a Civil Harassment Restraining Order.
Karma has no menu. You get served what you deserve Mr. Phillips.
Civil Harassment Restraining Orders differ from Family Law Domestic Violence Restraining Orders in that the order is not for people who have dated or who are closely related. You may seek protection if you are worried about your safety because you are being:
- sexually assaulted
by someone you do not have a close relationship with, like a neighbor or roommate or in some cases a mentally deranged bottom feeder attorney.
It is the responsibility of the petitioner to have the respondent personally served no later than five (5) days prior to the scheduled hearing date. Proof of Service for the respondent must be filed with the court prior to or at the time of the Civil Harassment Restraining Order hearing. Once service is complete, the person who served the papers must complete a Proof of Personal Service (CH-200).
NOTE: The Restraining Order is not activated until the respondent is properly served.
The Las Vegas Sheriff’s Department visited the residence of Todd Matthew Phillips to properly serve Kimberly’s Civil Harassment Restraining Order June 22nd.
Three attempts to serve Mr. Phillips were unsuccessful.
Apparently Todd Matthew Phillips isn’t taking the matter very seriously.
An “evasive defendant” is an individual or entity that wilfully behaves in a way that will hinder the ability of the process server to serve process on that individual or entity easily or in a timely manner.
If the process service job cannot be effected because Defendant is not willing to accept process, the process server must leave the premises and document the circumstances of evasion of service for a future affidavit of attempted service.
Basically, avoiding process servers can be a pretty big waste of time and effort. Sure, Todd Matthew Phillips may be able to delay the service for a few days, weeks or months, but in the end, he’s still going to be served.
What if Kimberly can’t get the restraining order served in time for the hearing?
Kimberly can ask the court to “continue” the hearing on her Civil Harassment Restraining Order to another date. To request a new hearing date, she will need to file a Request to Continue Court Hearing and to Reissue Temporary Restraining Order (CH-115) and a Notice of Hearing Date and Order on Reissuance (CH-116). The forms must be completed and filed along with a copy of her Temporary Restraining Order (CH-110) by 1:30 p.m. on the last court day before her scheduled hearing date. She may also orally request a continuance in court during her hearing.
If a request for continuance is granted, a new hearing date will be set and her Temporary Restraining Order will be extended to the new hearing date. She will need to properly serve the respondent to activate the Restraining Order.
Will Todd Matthew Phillips continue to play hide and seek?
*UPDATE* The deranged on-line behavior continues.