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January 11, 2019

New Association for Arizona Process Servers!

We have very exciting news for all process servers in Arizona. A new association has been formed and its website launched the second week of December 2011. It's named the Arizona Association of Certified Process Servers (AACPS) and it plans on being the premier advocacy group for process servers in the State of Arizona. It's an action-oriented Association that has already accomplished all this for you (from the new AACPS website bulletin board): - Formed this action-oriented Association. - Met at the Supreme Court and worked with Clerks of Court and judges around the state to secure new digital IDs…

January 11, 2019

A Good Time in Badyear, Arizona … umh … Bad Time in Goodyear, Arizona!

Well, the police are at it again in Arizona in what seems to be a relentless and ignorant attack on court officers (process servers) in Maricopa County. In an outrageous case in Goodyear, Arizona, a process server was threatened with arrest for harassment and trespassing simply because she was trying to do her job for the court by serving process on a married couple who did not want to get served. Apparently in Goodyear all a person needs to do to successfully avoid service is scream and cuss at the process server (again an officer of the Superior Court of…

January 11, 2019

SPS Moves Operations to Surprise

Sunrise Professional Services has moved the base of its operations to Surprise, Arizona, a surprise move due to the owner getting married in January 2008. The revised contact information for Michael Davis and SPS is now as follows: Sunrise Professional Services PO Box 9140, Surprise, AZ 85374-0135 (602) 550-1168 Cell (623) 374-2852 Office/Fax E-mail: sunrisepro@cox.net Web: www.sunriseprofessional.com

January 11, 2019

Help Needed With Process Service

Sunrise Professional Services is looking for one or more licensed process servers to assist with the slow but steady growth of legal process that we are receiving. The need exists for service of process primarily in the west valley in the areas of El Mirage, Youngtown, Laveen, Litchfield Park, Avondale, Surprise, Goodyear, Tolleson, Sun City, Sun City West, Peoria, Glendale and other westside communities. Occasionally help is needed for service in Buckeye, Tonopah, Wittmann and Wickenburg. Help is needed on a private contract basis and new or experienced process servers are both welcome to respond. If interested, please contact Mike…

January 11, 2019

Process Server Acquitted

On Friday, December 3, 2004 Jeffrey Showen stood trial in Scottsdale City Court (Arizona) on two criminal charges stemming from his attempt to serve legal process in September 2003. After the trial the judge took the case under advisement, and three days later acquitted Jeff, finding him not responsible/not guilty on both charges. Click to see the entry posted to the Arizona Supreme Court Case Information website: Jeffrey A. Showen Acquittal Click here to see the decision issued by Judge Morgan at Scottsdale City Court: Court Decision

January 11, 2019

Process Server Prosecution Document

State of Arizona vs. Jeffrey A. Showen (Case CR200406256). Here is the Complaint filed by the Scottsdale City Prosecutor in the prosecution of Process Server, Jeffrey Showen, due to go to trial in two days.

January 11, 2019

Process Server Due in Court

After a not unexpected unsuccessful effort to get charges dismissed in Scottsdale City Court by his attorney, Jeff Showen is scheduled to appear in court December 3, 2004 to stand trial for Trespass and Harassment. Check back for results of the trial as soon as they become available next month.