United States of America v. Waggoner
CONSENT JUDGMENT in the amount of $10,432.00 and interest at the rate of.11% per annum until paid in full and $350.00 filing fees pursuant to 28:1920 & 2412, and $20.00 docket fees pursuant to 28:1923 and costs of this suit. Signed by Honorable P. K. Holmes, III on November 22, 2011. (rw)
IN THE UNITED STATES
UNITED STATESOF AMERICA.
Plaintiff, the United Statesof America,having filed its Complaintherein,and the
havingconsented themakingandentryof this Judgment
l. This Court hasjurisdiction over the subjectmatter of this litigation and over all
partiesthereto. The Complaint filed herein statesa claim upon which relief can be granted.
2. The defendant hereby acknowledgesand accepts service of the Complaint filed
3. The defendant
agrees the entryof Judgment the sumof $I 0,432.00
interest thelegalratefromthedateof execution
Judgmentuntil paidin full. Defendant
agrees makemonthlypayments anamount
U. S. Attorney's
Office,until the debtis paid in full.
4. This Consent
among records the Circuit Courtin
the countyof residence the defendant, all otherjurisdictionswhereit is determined the
UnitedStates the defendant
5. The defendant
shall keepthe United States
currentlyinformed in writing of any
materialchange his financialsituationor ability to pay,and of any change his employment,
placeof residence telephone
LitigationUnit, P. O. Box 1524,
6. Thedefendant provide UnitedStates
fifteen(15)daysof thedateof a request suchevidence theUnitedStates
7. The United Stateswill submit this debt to the Department the Treasury
inclusion the Treasury
Offsetprogram.Underthis program, federal
IT IS THEREFOR-E,
ADJUDGED DECREED theplaintiffrecover
Waggoner, theamount $10,432.00, post
percentpursuantto28U.S.C. l96l(a) from
untiljudgment paidin full, and$350.00
filing feespursuant 28 U.S.C.$$
pursuant 28 U.S.C.$ 1923, costs this suit.
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