I have been having problems with the probation department of Sussex Co. NJ. I posted last week reguarding an interstate casebetween NJ and PA. Just recently, my state (NJ) finally responded to the senator's office reguarding my case.
Now here is what NJ said in a letter to the senator and copied myself...
The NCP state (PA) unemployment refused to withhold support for my case. They dispursed $ to the state of (VA) for another case, and said they will *not* honor an additional case. Question: Can a state pick and choose what support case to honor?
They stated that the probation department would not know when to register a case in another state because they 'assume' the NCP will pay the support thru garnishment. My request for registration of the case with (PA) was denied because (NJ) already had income withholding (not working) in place.
Question: Is it true that income withholding is not possible when the case is registered in another state?
They have no authority to issue a warrant for his arrest since he is a resident of another state.
Question: Is this statement true?
They cannot file for nonpayment of support with the court because the (NCP) will not verify his address.
Question: Is this statement correct?
If anyone has any information on interstate cases, please let me know what I am not doing right.