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  • Writer's pictureSteve Navarrete


At Miami PSPI, LLC we like to find links between whats trending and the world of process service and private investigations. Wesley Snipes has recently been all over the news as one of the has-been mercenaries in "Expendables 3" Public relations agency Strick & Company sued Wesley Snipes and obtained a judgment against him for failure to pay fees for work they did for him when he was fighting tax evasion charges that ultimately landed him in prison.

Attempts to serve Wesley Snipes at home were feudal and there is no wonder why he didn't want these papers. Once served the clock starts ticking and before time runs out, he will have to furnish information to aid in enforcement of a money judgement against him. If he fails to comply he may be subject to arrest, punishment for contempt of court, and the court may enter an order requiring him to pay reasonable attorney fees incurred by Strick & Company.

As Snipes was walking the red carpet at the premier of "Expendables 3" a process server walked up to him and served with a notice ordering him to appear for a debtor’s examination. Wesley Snipes is fast but like everyone else, he can't run forever. What's the moral of the story? Process servers can be anywhere anytime and if you evade for too long, a process server may appear where you least expect it at the most inconvenient and embarrassing time.


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