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Monday, January 20, 2014

Father Says He's Being Jailed For Paying Too Much Child Support & Over Visiting His Son [Updated]

[Our readers pointed out there are some inaccuracies in the article coinciding with this video report so I've decided to remove it. You can still read it here. See FOX 26 Houston for a more accurate report. - Chris, InfoLib]

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Reading the article at the link, it looks little differently.

"I discovered for some reason his employer was withholding a large amount some weeks a small amount some weeks a zero amount some weeks," says Hall's attorney Tyesha Elam.

So Hall quickly paid almost 3 grand in back child support.

When Hall and his ex were in Judge Lisa Millard's court last November he owed nothing. "Opposing counsel testified twice that he's all paid up," says Elam.

But the attorney representing the child's mother wanted Hall to pay her three grand in attorney fees and Judge Millard agreed.

Court documents also reveal Hall wasn't following the court's scheduled times to pick his son up for visitation."

No word of overpayment; it looks like Clifford was underpaying for some time (blaming the employer), and that's why the mother sued. When Clifford learned about lawsuit, he quickly paid up, but the mother wanted attorney fees, which is reasonable. So the prison term seems to be for _under_payment before the lawsuit plus for visiting not on schedule.

That sounds more logical , if reports on the site are not verified the credibility of the site comes in to question . There are enough "real" stories out there without having to mis-represent or distort the truth , after all thats what we come here to read . I agree, I've been coming to this site for years now and have to say I'm very disappointed at the mis-representation. 75145 is right.

I know for certain that there are thousands of people who traffic this site regularly and i'm sure many of them are loyal readers so there is no need to exaggerate, distort or mis-represent the titles to attract readership or keep readers interested.

Yes, I agree there are some inaccuracies in the report. I didn't check it enough before posting it, my apologies. The over paid claim came from his lawyer who said he "over paid" and "over visited."

"I'm like he couldn't have gotten a worse result," Elam says. "He could have gone in there with a monkey and gotten a better result. What did I do that my client has over paid over visited and is now paying 3 thousand dollars in attorney fees and is going to jail for 6 months."

This show how screwed up this legal system is. If he didn't pay his child support, he would be just like a lot of these dead beat men out here that is not providing for their children. They would be out here walking around free. This is why some of these judges out here need to retire, because they have gotten so comfortable and power hungry with their positions. 190197, the link to the judge's website pops up a 404 error... site taken down, or is the link wrong? 2423, looks like they hid all the content from her website probably due to the backlash of the story breaking out. What a disgrace to & misuse of the judicial system!

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