no bail they said would have to serve 60 days no magistrate, etc found guilty of contempt due to prior hearing but we believed the funds had been forwarded to his ex via government as we receieved receipts
Yes he was however attorny removed hisself due to serious illness and we were unable to afford another
isnt this civil?
debtors prison is over, in this economy, everyones being laid off half of his unemployment went to her until it ran out.......just need advice was told to go befor ejudge in am and request a stay???????????????????????
when agreement was met he did not have an atttorney and they wouldnt offer another due to fact he had prior
there are no judges available- thats small town tn and I reviewed its a civil matter , if you have a reasonable, documentable reason u cannot pay, then they cannot viewed recent supreme court rulings, and the county says there are no judges in this county until late next week . Can I go to another county? If you'll help me not only will I refer you, but give you what small funds I have- he has major surgergy tmw and they say we cannot visit, can't even see his child- do you have any idea how traumatizing this is? Sheriff and adminstrator are trying to help push for either a furlough or defferment , child support agreed a stay was in order however their attorney is not available , and county says a "stay" is not possible- rural tennessee, come on, please this is insane- offered to borrow to pay debt for release one party says yes immediate release other says no way what is the law? I've spentr 32 hrs online researching TN code etc.
I havent found a single attorney here that can answer- I do know he had an attorney he took hisself off case due to health but my husband told judge he couldnt afford another and judge refused to allow him indigent form and insisted it go to court that day- thats not RIGHT
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