United States of America v. Thompson

Filing 8

DEFAULT JUDGMENT in favor of United States of America against Jarvis Thompson in the amount of $5,670.43 for Debt-A and $2,592.59 for Debt-B plus interest, as set out in this judgment. Signed by District Judge Tom S. Lee on 8/6/09 (SEC)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI JACKSON DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. JARVIS THOMPSON JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT A default having been entered as to the Defendant, Jarvis Thompson, in the above-styled cause in accordance with Rule 55 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and counsel for Plaintiff having requested judgment against Defendant and having filed a proper certificate with the Clerk as to the amount due from the Defendant to the Plaintiff; Judgment is, therefore, rendered in favor of the Plaintiff, United States of America, and against the Defendant, Jarvis PLAINTIFF CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:09CV222TSL-JCS DEFENDANT Thompson, the sum for Debt A of $5,670.43 ($3,424.53 principal plus $2,245.90 interest accrued trough January 26, 2009), and interest on the principal sum of $3,424.53 at the rate of 5.82% from and after June 26, 2007 and for Debt B $2,592.59 ($1,528.08 principal plus $1,064.51 interest accrued through January 26, 2009), and interest on the principal sum of $1,528.08 at the rate of 8% from and after January 26, 2009, and for , to the date of judgment; together with filing fee costs in the amount of $350.00 in favor of the plaintiff, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 2412(a)(2). Post judgment interest shall accrue at the legal rate pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1961(a) and shall be computed daily and compounded annually until paid in full. ORDERED AND ADJUDGED this 6th day of August, 2009. /s/Tom S. Lee UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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