Well, I'm not so certain anymore. If you have a written agreement with her which establishes a payment schedule through the garnishment, and you are not obligated to pay anymore than this amount every period, then what she is doing does in fact cross the line.
My advice would be to send her a Cease and Desist letter which forcefully states to her that unless she stops her harassment, you will be forced to file charges against her with the police. Under Maryland criminal code:
Md. Criminal law Code Ann. § 3-804. Misuse of telephone facilities and equipment. (2002)
(a) Prohibited. -- A person may not use telephone facilities or equipment to make:
(1) an anonymous call that is reasonably expected to annoy, abuse, torment, harass, or embarrass another;
(2) repeated calls with the intent to annoy, abuse, torment, harass, or embarrass another; or
(3) a comment, request, suggestion, or proposal that is obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy, or indecent.
(b) Penalty. -- A person who violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor
and on conviction is subject to imprisonment not exceeding 3 years or a fine not exceeding $ 500 or both.
If she is not in good faith attempting to collect a judgment, and is instead calling you to harass you, then you, your employer, your family and your friends should all consider reporting this activity to the police. The police are much more likely to issue a restraining order against her preventing her from further harassing calls if you get everyone to go on the record and state she is doing this.
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