AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR WORK OR WORK-RELATED ACTIVITIES AS AN ALTERNATIVE REMEDY TO INCARCERATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE DETERMINED TO BE DELINQUENT ON CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS.
Amends GS 50-13.4(f)(9) to provide that a court may order a person who is delinquent in making child support payments into a job search or specific education training as a special condition of a contempt order. Progress will be reviewed at a minimum of 30-day intervals. Persons actively participating in work-specific training are excluded from this review.
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