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I am divorced out of Wyoming. My home state, Texas has enforcement rights. Both states have separatly enjoyed collection privilages. I have even been incarcerated by the Bureau of Prisions.
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Are there Civil Rights issues when a person is punished twice for the same charge?
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Texas has $65,000. Has any of this gone to Wyoming and/or the mother?
Wyoming has $21,000. Has any of this gone to the mother?
You believe the two states have jointly collected MORE than you owe. Correct? Do both of the states agree with this position?
What is the mother's position, does she agree with you? Also, is she receiving some form of government assistance, medicaid, food stamps, etcetera?
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I am not aware if the mother recieved any money. She has since moved to New Jersey.I need to know if this is a civil rights issue also if you can handle it.
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