Filing for traffic fines at point of bank garnishment

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Filing for traffic fines at point of bank garnishment

Post  merocean on Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:38 pm

My son just informed me he was charged $100.00 from his local bank because they recieved an order from the court to cooperate with garnishing $400.00 monthly from his personal Bank account. Do I simply give him the official 'Courtesy Notice' to file with the courts and how does he fill it out after the fact of a 'Judgment, if in fact the courts already have a judgment on him or 'drivers license? Please if anyone can help me to help him I would appreciate it greatly. He is in no position to fight this himself and I have just begun researching OPPT. thank you.

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Post  suzyAZ on Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:23 pm

Be sure to write to Brian Kelley at peoplespublictrust@gmail.com

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Re: Filing for traffic fines at point of bank garnishment

Post  Mr W on Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:28 pm

Yes file a CN with everyone involved in the process; every court employee, every policy employee, each bank employee. You need to have the names of each person involved. Amazing what you can find online re: names of govt. employees and some corporate employees.

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