1.I am a judgment Creditor. Judgment in hand.
2.I am a roofing subcontractor.
3.I sued a General Contractor and won in trial. (judgment against company only)
4.At the asset hearing I conducted, I learned that the General Contractor did not hold money in trust for me as required by OK statute.
5.It is a criminal offense for the General Contractor to not hold these funds in trust as required by very specific circumstances.
6.I learned of the offense from documents I obtained in the Asset Hearing.
7.After filing a bank account garnishment, I learned the General has no money.
8.I don't think (?) I can sue again for breach of trust/defalcation because of res judicata, although under OK law it is the person who becomes the trustee in this case and not the company.
9.I cannot threaten to go to the police if he doesn't pay because that would be blackmail.
10. There is no cash in his account and the company owns no real property.
11.He has no jobs currently that I can garnish payment from.
What is my best avenue to collect from him? He clearly broke the law... Restitution? Writ of Mandamus against he corporation
and then contempt if he doesn't? What makes the best since?