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July 13, 2007
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Colo. deputies get creative when serving subpoenas

By Dennis Huspeni
The Gazette

EL PASO, Colorado If El Paso County Sheriff's Deputy Tammy Gugliotta shows up at the doorstop, your day is about to take a turn for the worse.

"Nothing we serve or do brings good news," said Gugliotta, one of six deputies who serve subpoenas and other civil paperwork like motions, garnishments, liens and evictions for the Sheriff's Office. The office handles more than 1,000 papers a month.

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