USA v. McKinley

Plaintiff: USA
Defendant: James McKinley
Case Number: 4:2007cv00791
Filed: August 31, 2007
Court: Arkansas Eastern District Court
Office: Little Rock Office
County: Desha
Presiding Judge: James M Moody
Nature of Suit: Contract: Recovery Student Loan
Cause of Action: 20:1080 Student Loan Recovery
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
October 21, 2008 17 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER re 13 Application for Writ of Garnishment filed by USA directing the Garnishee pay 15% of defendant's disposal net wages per pay period and continue said payments until the debt to the plaintiff is paid in full, said payments to be sent to the U.S. Attorney. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 10/21/08. (bkp)

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Plaintiff: USA
Represented By: Stacey Elise McCord
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