Why is the law so concerned with proper service of process?

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Why is the law so concerned with proper service of process?

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Why is the law so concerned with proper service of process?

What should a party do when the other side does not follow proper rules of procedure?

2. When watching television programs and movies, the media often depict courtroom lawyers using surprise witnesses and evidence. In fact, the discovery process usually destroys the possibility of surprise. Explain whether you think this is a good thing or a bad thing? Does the discovery process favor some parties over the other?

3. Why do rules of evidence often preclude the use of relevant, truthful evidence that someone said or wrote outside of the courtroom? Do you think the exclusion of this type of evidence helps or hurts the judicial process and interest of justice?

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