Mark A. Raimo is a retired Lieutenant Detective Commander with more than 26 years of law enforcement experience. He also has over 15 years of experience as a constable/State Marshal serving civil process, collecting taxes and wages. Was a CT-licensed Private Investigator for many years, with a focus on the location of people.
As an appointed State Marshal, Marshal Raimo prides himself on understanding the ultimate importance of being detail-oriented and following through on behalf of his clients. State Marshal Raimo carries over his past professional experience by taking the extra steps necessary to get the job done while ensuring that communication is complete and accurate.
State Marshal Raimo does more to get your process served—he not only utilizes his knowledge of search engines and social media, but he is also willing to work the "old-fashioned way” and talk with people in the community.
Process service is the process of officially notifying an individual of their involvement in a court proceeding, case, or lawsuit. Service of process is necessary to uphold our rights to due process and Mark Raimo is dedicated to a fair judicial process.
In Connecticut, process service is completed by a constable or state marshal. Our training and expertise ensure that our work retains integrity, honesty, and accuracy. However, our work extends beyond process serving as we customize our services to each and every case to provide the best possible results. We provide court filings, skip tracing, social media research, and other legal support services.
We guarantee first attempts completed within 48 hours of receiving papers.
We are capable of serving a variety of legal documents for all your case requirements and needs. We serve the following on your behalf:
Location services solely for process service in order to locate evasive defendants. If we do not find any information or their location, you will not pay anything!
Response with search within 24 hours guaranteed.
A Connecticut State Marshal is appointed to work as an independent contractor, as well as a public officer with the status of the peace officer, to make service of process in civil judicial and administrative proceedings and to do legal executions. A Connecticut State Marshal is appointed by a county to work within their county unless authorized by law to go to other counties, or to work statewide.
A Connecticut State Marshal is not a state employee. A Connecticut State Marshal is an individual engaged in the profession of performing critical functions necessary to the fair, efficient and effective administration of the judicial and administrative law system and the enforcement of judgments, and orders. A Connecticut State Marshal is an essential part of implementing the constitutional rights of individuals in order to access the courts and due remedies.
A Connecticut State Marshal is hired directly by citizens, attorneys, the state, businesses, or others who need to give notice to others of civil court proceedings, such as court and small claims actions, subpoenas, family court orders, or administrative proceedings, or other areas where civil process is needed. A Connecticut State Marshal is also hired to enforce the collection of judgments, or other court or administrative orders, in which money needs to be collected or property claimed. Such actions include wage, bank and property executions, evictions and tax warrants.