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Google+ Calendar Web more 'Lures' COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES-http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Duty to Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including l Inbox Sheila Shaw to pennsylvania, Ombudsman, tips, +5 Mar 28, 2014Details (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE) Absent the CPI's (Felicia Handley) Central Abuse Record or affidavits of any MANDATORY ABUSE REPORTS http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/documents/Child_Care/Abuse_Registry/Florida.pdf (the guidelines and system wide standards of practice relative to federal reporting are set forth in the following published documentation https://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwide/laws_policies/statutes/manda.pdf) ((CPI 5617503201,COLOR OF LAW, RISS USED TO ASSIST CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT practioner visit on 02/03/2011) FROM PRACTITIONERS OF RECORD REGARDING THE MINORS TO HAVE BEEN ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN KIDNAPPED BY THE MOTHER, OR ANY ABUSE RELATIVE MEDICAL OR EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT, WITHOUT FINDINGS BY THE JUVENILE COURT Absent the CPI's submission to the court, along with the finding of attorney misconduct in regards to intentional, with knowledge of, additional and relevant court documents in the family court of Orange County, division 42 (letter of record/register of actions (what is described as UNIVERSALLY PUBLISHED, ACCEPTED, UNIVERSAL RULES AND ETHICAL GUIDELINES, STANDARDS OF PRACTICE) 2003 FL titleXLVI crimes chapter 787 787.03 False complaint Fwd: ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT (Fla. Stat. § 775.085 Enhances penalty for crimes evidencing "prejudice based on the race, color, ancestry, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, mental or physical disability, or advanced age of the victim." >> More information) COMPLAINT- PEER REPORTING -Attorney General's Office regarding Rule 84 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct contains the following statements on attorney misconduct-18 USC Chapter 47 - FRAUD AND FALSE STATEMENTS "ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW; COMMON LAW WRIT OF CERTIORARI 1. A MATERIAL INJURY IN THE PROCEEDINGS BELOW THAT CANNOT BE CONCLUDED ON POST JUDGEMENT APPEAL,2. INJURY WAS CAUSED BY A DEPARTURE FORM THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW (WHEN THEY ARE VIOLATED) Absent advance directives from practioners of which the child was a patient 9457320158 (RFA CASE NUMBER 1143172973) medicaid records neonatal to date were omitted from case proceedings,


ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT/ASSISTING CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT & CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT VIOLATIONSNon-Support of a Dependent” is a Class 6 felony,) FEDERAL CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION LAWS, SOCIAL SECURITY ACT 654,655,666,NEGLIGENCE, ASSISTING JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT,BUSINESS TORT LAW VIOLATIONS http://www.hinshawlaw.com/the-lawyers-lawyer-newsletter---recent-developments-in-risk-management-03-09-2012/ Duty to report misconduct; code of conducthttps:// www.facebook.com/OrangeClerk?ref=ts#!/pages/Duty-to-report-misconduct/136147606416830?fref=ts&rf=144393985578228 ( TORT LAW: A tort is a civil wrong resulting from a violation of a legal right not created by contract for which monetary redress is provided. This may be (a) an act or (b) an omission. More formally, a tort may be defined as a wrongful act or omission arising in the course of social re ships other than contracts which violates a person's legally protected rights for which the law provides a remedy in the form of an action for damages.


Report Lawyer Misconduct—Duty to Supervise—Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including law enforcement agencies) from discriminating on the basis of race, color,


---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Monday, June 30, 2014 Subject: (INTENTIONAL OMISSION WITH KNOWLEDGE DID KNOWINGLY...) correspondence sent to the Governor’s Office, which is not exempt or confidential pursuant to Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, is a public record. To: "media@eog.myflorida.com" , info@nationalhomeless.org Office of Governor Rick Scott State of Florida The Capitol 400 S. Monroe St. Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001 (850) 488-7146 *Under Florida law, all correspondence sent to the Governor’s Office, which is not exempt or confidential pursuant to Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, is a public record. All public record electronic mail sent through this website will be posted to Project Sunburst at http://www.flgov.com/sunburst , and will be accessible to the public. If you do not want the public record contents of your e-mail or your e-mail address to be published on this website or to be provided to the public in response to a public records request, please do not send electronic mail to this entity.* *Please be aware that personal information sent in your correspondence, such as home addresses and telephone numbers, may be posted to the Sunburst public records website.* *Contact:* 850 / 717-9282 850 / 488-4042 (fax) The Communications Office provides support for the Governor in the dissemination of information regarding his programs and initiatives. The office provides information regarding the Governor’s agenda to radio, print and television journalists, issues press releases, schedules press conferences, and announces appointments to various offices. Media Inquiries – media@eog.myflorida.com <%20media@eog.myflorida.com> ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Fri, Apr 11, 2014 at 11:23 AM Subject: Fwd: REQUEST THAT MY NAME BE REMOVED FROM THE FLORIDA CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REGISTRY DUE TO NEGLIGENT ERROR & MISCONDUCT BY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES PERSONNEL Fwd: COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of co To: deantong@aol.com ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 1:48 PM Subject: REQUEST THAT MY NAME BE REMOVED FROM THE FLORIDA CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REGISTRY DUE TO NEGLIGENT ERROR & MISCONDUCT BY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES PERSONNEL Fwd: COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constit To: Childrens Inspector PETITONER & COMPLAINTANT DR. SHEILA JOCELYN SHAW, PH.D/D.B./A/M.B.A 500 NW 2ND ST, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101 OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL `1370 WINEWOOD BLVD BLDG 5 SECOND FLOOR TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-0700 850-488-1428 OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS 850-488 1225 1317 WINEWOOD BLVD TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-0700 850-487-1901 850-921-8470 (PRIOR RFA CASE NUMBER 114172973) ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 1:30 PM Subject: Fwd: COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (includ To: contact@nw3c.org ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 1:24 PM Subject: COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including l To: "pennsylvania health, Abuse, ACE < acepresident@acecashexpress.com>,, ACE , ACES, , ACESGROUP, < aceschildsupportenews-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com>, ACLU, , Environmental Justice, < environmental-justice@epa.gov>, Ethics ,, Ethics < ethics@indiana.edu>, family violence, , Federal Victims" , Ombudsman < Bonnie.Hazleton@dep.state.fl.us>, tips@abovethelaw.com, khuffer@lvaallc.com, staff , "fcf@floridaschildrenfirst.org rights" < fcf@floridaschildrenfirst.org>, Childrens Inspector < ig_complaints@dcf.state.fl.us>, federal inspector (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE) Absent the CPI's (Felicia Handley) Central Abuse Record or affidavits of any MANDATORY ABUSE REPORTS http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/documents/Child_Care/Abuse_Registry/Florida.pdf (the guidelines and system wide standards of practice relative to federal reporting are set forth in the following published documentation https://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwide/laws_policies/statutes/manda.pdf) ((CPI 5617503201,COLOR OF LAW, RISS USED TO ASSIST CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT practioner visit on 02/03/2011) FROM PRACTITIONERS OF RECORD REGARDING THE MINORS TO HAVE BEEN ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN KIDNAPPED BY THE MOTHER, OR ANY ABUSE RELATIVE MEDICAL OR EDUCATIONAL NEGLECT, WITHOUT FINDINGS BY THE JUVENILE COURT Absent the CPI's submission to the court, along with the finding of attorney misconduct in regards to intentional, with knowledge of, additional and relevant court documents in the family court of Orange County, division 42 (letter of record/register of actions (what is described as UNIVERSALLY PUBLISHED, ACCEPTED, UNIVERSAL RULES AND ETHICAL GUIDELINES, STANDARDS OF PRACTICE) 2003 FL titleXLVI crimes chapter 787 787.03 False complaint Fwd: ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT (Fla. Stat. § 775.085 Enhances penalty for crimes evidencing "prejudice based on the race, color, ancestry, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, mental or physical disability, or advanced age of the victim." >> More information) COMPLAINT- PEER REPORTING -Attorney General's Office regarding Rule 84 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct contains the following statements on attorney misconduct-18 USC Chapter 47 - FRAUD AND FALSE STATEMENTS "ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW; COMMON LAW WRIT OF CERTIORARI 1. A MATERIAL INJURY IN THE PROCEEDINGS BELOW THAT CANNOT BE CONCLUDED ON POST JUDGEMENT APPEAL,2. INJURY WAS CAUSED BY A DEPARTURE FORM THE ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW (WHEN THEY ARE VIOLATED) Absent advance directives from practioners of which the child was a patient 9457320158 (RFA CASE NUMBER 1143172973) medicaid records neonatal to date were omitted from case proceedings, http://www.floridabar.org/divexe/rrtfb.nsf/FV/0B6C8E5CDCA464D685257172004B0FBD 4-8 MAINTAINING THE INTEGRITY OF THE PROFESSION RULE 4-8.4 MISCONDUCT A lawyer shall not: (a) violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another; (b) commit a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer's honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness as a lawyer in other respects; (c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation, except that it shall not be professional misconduct for a lawyer for a criminal law enforcement agency or regulatory agency to advise others about or to supervise another in an undercover investigation, unless prohibited by law or rule, and it shall not be professional misconduct for a lawyer employed in a capacity other than as a lawyer by a criminal law enforcement agency or regulatory agency to participate in an undercover investigation, unless prohibited by law or rule; (d) engage in conduct in connection with the practice of law that is prejudicial to the administration of justice, including to knowingly, or through callous indifference, disparage, humiliate, or discriminate against litigants, jurors, witnesses, court personnel, or other lawyers on any basis, including, but not limited to, on account of race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, employment, or physical characteristic; (e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official or to achieve results by means that violate the Rules of Professional Conduct or other law; (f) knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law; (g) fail to respond, in writing, to any official inquiry by bar counsel or a disciplinary agency, as defined elsewhere in these rules, when bar counsel or the agency is conducting an investigation into the lawyer's conduct. A written response shall be made: (1) within 15 days of the date of the initial written investigative inquiry by bar counsel, grievance committee, or board of governors; (2) within 10 days of the date of any follow-up written investigative inquiries by bar counsel, grievance committee, or board of governors; (3) within the time stated in any subpoena issued under these Rules Regulating The Florida Bar (without additional time allowed for mailing); (4) as provided in the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure or order of the referee in matters assigned to a referee; and (5) as provided in the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure or order of the Supreme Court of Florida for matters pending action by that court. Except as stated otherwise herein or in the applicable rules, all times for response shall be calculated as provided elsewhere in these Rules Regulating The Florida Bar and may be extended or shortened by bar counsel or the disciplinary agency making the official inquiry upon good cause shown. Failure to respond to an official inquiry with no good cause shown may be a matter of contempt and processed in accordance with rule 3-7.11(f) of these Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. (h) willfully refuse, as determined by a court of competent jurisdiction, to timely pay a child support obligation; or (i) engage in sexual conduct with a client or a representative of a client that exploits or adversely affects the interests of the client or the lawyer-client relationship. If the sexual conduct commenced after the lawyer-client relationship was formed it shall be presumed that the sexual conduct exploits or adversely affects the interests of the client or the lawyer-client relationship. A lawyer may rebut this presumption by proving by a preponderance of the evidence that the sexual conduct did not exploit or adversely affect the interests of the client or the lawyer-client relationship. The prohibition and presumption stated in this rule do not apply to a lawyer in the same firm as another lawyer representing the client if the lawyer involved in the sexual conduct does not personally provide legal services to the client and is screened from access to the file concerning the legal representation. Comment Lawyers are subject to discipline when they violate or attempt to violate the Rules of Professional Conduct, knowingly assist or induce another to do so, or do so through the acts of another, as when they request or instruct an agent to do so on the lawyer's behalf. Subdivision (a), however, does not prohibit a lawyer from advising a client concerning action the client is legally entitled to take, provided that the client is not used to indirectly violate the Rules of Professional Conduct. Many kinds of illegal conduct reflect adversely on fitness to practice law, such as offenses involving fraud and the offense of willful failure to file an income tax return. However, some kinds of offense carry no such implication. Traditionally, the distinction was drawn in terms of offenses involving "moral turpitude." That concept can be construed to include offenses concerning some matters of personal morality, such as adultery and comparable offenses, that have no specific connection to fitness for the practice of law. Although a lawyer is personally answerable to the entire criminal law, a lawyer should be professionally answerable only for offenses that indicate lack of those characteristics relevant to law practice. Offenses involving violence, dishonesty, breach of trust, or serious interference with the administration of justice are in that category. A pattern of repeated offenses, even ones of minor significance when considered separately, can indicate indifference to legal obligation. A lawyer may refuse to comply with an obligation imposed by law upon a good faith belief that no valid obligation exists. The provisions of rule 4-1.2(d) concerning a good faith challenge to the validity, scope, meaning, or application of the law apply to challenges of legal regulation of the practice of law. Subdivision (c) recognizes instances where lawyers in criminal law enforcement agencies or regulatory agencies advise others about or supervise others in undercover investigations, and provides an exception to allow the activity without the lawyer engaging in professional misconduct. The exception acknowledges current, acceptable practice of these agencies. Although the exception appears in this rule, it is also applicable to rules 4-4.1 and 4-4.3. However, nothing in the rule allows the lawyer to engage in such conduct if otherwise prohibited by law or rule. Subdivision (d) of this rule proscribes conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice. Such proscription includes the prohibition against discriminatory conduct committed by a lawyer while performing duties in connection with the practice of law. The proscription extends to any characteristic or status that is not relevant to the proof of any legal or factual issue in dispute. Such conduct, when directed towards litigants, jurors, witnesses, court personnel, or other lawyers, whether based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status, employment, physical characteristic, or any other basis, subverts the administration of justice and undermines the public's confidence in our system of justice, as well as notions of equality. This subdivision does not prohibit a lawyer from representing a client as may be permitted by applicable law, such as, by way of example, representing a client accused of committing discriminatory conduct. Lawyers holding public office assume legal responsibilities going beyond those of other citizens. A lawyer's abuse of public office can suggest an inability to fulfill the professional role of attorney. The same is true of abuse of positions of private trust such as trustee, executor, administrator, guardian, or agent and officer, director, or manager of a corporation or other organization. A lawyer's obligation to respond to an inquiry by a disciplinary agency is stated in subdivision (g) of this rule and subdivision (h)(2) of rule 3-7.6. While response is mandatory, the lawyer may deny the charges or assert any available privilege or immunity or interpose any disability that prevents disclosure of a certain matter. A response containing a proper invocation thereof is sufficient under the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. This obligation is necessary to ensure the proper and efficient operation of the disciplinary system. Subdivision (h) of this rule was added to make consistent the treatment of attorneys who fail to pay child support with the treatment of other professionals who fail to pay child support, in accordance with the provisions of section 61.13015, Florida Statutes. That section provides for the suspension or denial of a professional license due to delinquent child support payments after all other available remedies for the collection of child support have been exhausted. Likewise, subdivision (h) of this rule should not be used as the primary means for collecting child support, but should be used only after all other available remedies for the collection of child support have been exhausted. Before a grievance may be filed or a grievance procedure initiated under this subdivision, the court that entered the child support order must first make a finding of willful refusal to pay. The child support obligation at issue under this rule includes both domestic (Florida) and out-of-state (URESA) child support obligations, as well as arrearages. Subdivision (i) proscribes exploitation of the client or the lawyer-client relationship by means of commencement of sexual conduct. The lawyer-client relationship is grounded on mutual trust. A sexual relationship that exploits that trust compromises the lawyer-client relationship. Attorneys have a duty to exercise independent professional judgment on behalf of clients. Engaging in sexual relationships with clients has the capacity to impair the exercise of that judgment. FALSE STATEMENTS MISCONDUCT FALSE KIDNAPPING REPORTS TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND TO THE JUVENILLE COURT LEGAL PHILANTHROPY MISUSE OF OFFICE INSTITUTIONAL CHILD ABUSE LEGAL ABUSE LAWYER MISCONDUCT ETHNIC BIASNESS MOCKERY TRIAL ERROR INTENTIONAL OMISSIONS ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT/ASSISTING CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT & CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT VIOLATIONS, FEDERAL CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION LAWS, SOCIAL SECURITY ACT 654,655,666,NEGLIGENCE, ASSISTING JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT,BUSINESS TORT LAW VIOLATIONS http://www.hinshawlaw.com/the-lawyers-lawyer-newsletter---recent-developments-in-risk-management-03-09-2012/ Duty to report misconduct; code of conducthttps:// www.facebook.com/OrangeClerk?ref=ts#!/pages/Duty-to-report-misconduct/136147606416830?fref=ts&rf=144393985578228 ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Mary Sue Hamlet Date: Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 9:03 AM Subject: Re: ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT COMPLAINT- PEER REPORTING -Attorney General's Office regarding Rule 84 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct contains the following statements on attorney misconduct-18 USC Chapter 47 - FRAUD AND FALSE STATEMENTS To: Sheila Shaw Hello Sheila, I spoke with you on the phone last week. I got another email, so I thought I would respond so you can see where it came from. Please, please, please remove me from your assorted email lists. Mary On Jul 12, 2013, at 10:37 AM, Sheila Shaw wrote: 400 W. Robinson St. (Hurston South Tower) Ste. # S-509, Orlando, FL 32801-1718 ATTORNEY MISCONDUCT/ASSISTING CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT & CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT VIOLATIONS, FEDERAL CHILD SUPPORT COLLECTION LAWS, SOCIAL SECURITY ACT 654,655,666,NEGLIGENCE, ASSISTING JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT,BUSINESS TORT LAW VIOLATIONS http://www.hinshawlaw.com/the-lawyers-lawyer-newsletter---recent-developments-in-risk-management-03-09-2012/ Duty to report misconduct; code of conducthttps:// www.facebook.com/OrangeClerk?ref=ts#!/pages/Duty-to-report-misconduct/136147606416830?fref=ts&rf=144393985578228 ( TORT LAW: A tort is a civil wrong resulting from a violation of a legal right not created by contract for which monetary redress is provided. This may be (a) an act or (b) an omission. More formally, a tort may be defined as a wrongful act or omission arising in the course of social re ships other than contracts which violates a person's legally protected rights for which the law provides a remedy in the form of an action for damages. There are two basic classifications of torts: (a) negligence which is the result of an unintentional act (b) intentional acts or omissions which results in a breach of someone's rights. There is a third group in this area that should be explained. It is referred to as strict liability.) 8-2.241 Civil Laws Governing Law Enforcement Misconduct Attorney Misconduct Complaint THERE HAS BEEN A BREACH OF DUTY/NEGLECT OF DUTY WHEREAS ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION WOULD HAVE REMEDIED AN EXTENSIVE DELAY IN PROVIDING ADEQUATE CHILD SUPPORT OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT. IT IS ALSO MORE THAT SUSPECTED THAT THE UNTIMELY DELAYS AREASSOCIATED WITH THE FOLLOWING BREACH(ES) 400 W. Robinson St. (Hurston South Tower) Ste. # S-509, Orlando, FL 32801-1718 -- Dr. Sheila Jocelyn Shaw ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 9:31 AM Subject: Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including law enforcement agencies) from discriminating on the basis of race, color, or To: police misconduct , police misconduct < cleslie@midwesthumanrights.org>, police misconduct , police misconduct , POLICE MISCONDUCT < isha@cs.com>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < detcoalition@att.net>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < justcause@lawcollective.org>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < media@judicialwatch.org>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < Ind_Pol_Aud@sanjoseca.gov>, judicial misconduct < emitts@mhs.oklaosf.state.ok.us>, judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct < mgreenstein@acjc.state.ak.us>, judicial misconduct < ccollins@judicialconduct-wy.us>, judicial misconduct < cjc@supreme.sp.state.az.us>, judicial misconduct < judicial.standards@state.mn.us>, judicial misconduct < ncdinfo@judicial.state.nv.us>, judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct < cwinchester@utah.gov>, judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct < ijc@idcourts.net>, judicial misconduct , judicial misconduct ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 2:13 PM Subject: Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct—Duty to Supervise—Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including law enforcement agencies) from discriminating on the basis of race, color, or To: oca@sec.gov Office of Inspector General Securities and Exchange Commission 100 F Street, NE Washington, DC 20549-2736 oca@sec.gov ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Sheila Shaw Date: Sat, Oct 19, 2013 at 9:41 AM Subject: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES- http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Dutyto Report Lawyer Misconduct—Duty to Supervise—Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including law enforcement agencies) from discriminating on the basis of race, color, or nati To: police misconduct , POLICE MISCONDUCT < isha@cs.com>, police misconduct , police misconduct < community.newark@usdoj.gov>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < detcoalition@att.net>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police misconduct < policeoversight@yahoogroups.com>, police misconduct , police misconduct , police mi

PATTERNS OF EMPLOYEE VIOLATIONS CF-180-4: OPERATING PROCEDURE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FAMILY/LEGAL PROBLEMS - CASES NOTES


Misconduct involving, "Non-Support of a Dependent” is a Class 6 felony, "


http://goo.gl/l6sTAc (IV-D case 53 C07-9704-JP-00189 482002DR050423A001IX/Register of Actions Case No. 2002-DR-050423-I) CASE INFORMATION information regarding Philadelphia Courts CUSTODY PASCES CASE NUMBER 0C9901243 GOOGLE DOC RELATED CASE NUMBERS Florida case number 020050423 1143191595 IVD Transmittal Absent Administrative Action throughout case registries in Orange County Florida, Misconduct involving FL DEPT. REVENUE CHILD SUPPORT DIVISION AND FL DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Crosslisted court entries Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr. State of Indiana vs. Jimmy L Coleman 02D04-9004-CM-009100 Court Allen Superior Court 5 Case Type CM - Criminal Misdemeanor Filed 04/03/1990 Status 08/22/1990, Decided Charges MINOR CONSUMING ALCOHOL Parties State of Indiana, Coleman Filed 04/03/1990 State of Indiana vs. Jimmy L Coleman 02D04-8911-IF-027943 Court Allen Superior Court 5 Case Type IF - Infraction Filed 11/22/1989 Status 06/11/1990, Decided Charges NO OP. LICENSE IN POSS'N Parties State of Indiana, Coleman Street Address City Name on phone Phone # 1 491 SHURS LN PHILADELPHIA, PA 19128 COLEMAN J (215) 508-9505 (215) 508-9505 2 7255 FAIRFAX RD BLOOMINGTON, IN 47401 3 4355 FLEMING ST 1 PHILADELPHIA, PA 19128 4 4301 FLEMING ST APT 1F PHILADELPHIA, PA 19128 5 PO BOX 5214 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47407 6 120 KIMBLE DR TRLR 20A BLOOMINGTON, IN 47404 7 4105 HANNA ST FORT WAYNE, IN 46806 8 PO BOX 5551 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47407 9 779 MERRITT ISLAND CSWY # 80 MERRITT IS, FL 32952 10 779 MERRITT ISLAND CSWY APT 580 MERRITT IS, FL 32952 11 5402 30TH ST APT D6 TUCSON, AZ 85711 12 2524 STARDALE DR FORT WAYNE, IN 46816 13 4907 HANNA ST FORT WAYNE, IN 46806 14 1107 ILLINOIS ST BLOOMINGTON, IN 47404 BELL J B (812) 334-9796 (812) 334-9796 15 612 GRANT ST APT 9 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47408 16 300 MATLOCK RD APT 37 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47408 17 PO BOX 6902 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47407 18 612 GRANT ST APT BLOOMINGTON, IN 47401 19 3706 PARK DR FORT WAYNE, IN 46806 Brandon Bruce (260) 745-9728 (260) 745-9728 20 ASHTON HERSHEY 205 BLOOMINGTON, IN 47406 21 EDMONDSON COLLINS BLOOMINGTON, IN Crosslisted Court Entries CITY V COLEMAN Case Number 53C06-9507-OV-00465 Court Monroe Circuit Court 6 Type OV - Local Ordinance Violation Filed 07/19/1995 Status 09/24/1996 , Decided Parties to the Case Show all party details Defendant Coleman, Jimmy L Ordinance Plaintiff State of Indiana Charges Show all charge details 01 07/19/1995 PARKING VIOLATION Chronological Case Summary 07/19/1995 Converted Event Complaint for Violation of City Ordinance filed for the amount of $54.00 and costs. Summons issued by Certified Mail for hearing on AUGUST 29, 1995 at 8:30 a.m. (c) GN RJO: N Notice: M 08/29/1995 Converted Event Hearing held;judgment order issued in favor of the plaintiff for the sum of $54.00.dm BENCH scjd 9 pg 525 RJO: Y Notice: M 08/29/1995 COLLECTION HEARING Session: 8:30 AM, Judicial Officer: Galvin, Stephen R 08/06/1996 REDOCKET Verified Motion in Proceedings Supplemental filed. Order to Appear (RJO) issued by Certified Mail for hearing on SEPTEMBER 12, 1996 at at 4:00 p.m.. GN RJO: Y Notice: N 08/12/1996 Converted Event Proof of Certified Mail returned on Jimmy L. Coleman. lm RJO: N Notice: A 09/12/1996 Converted Event Defendant fails to appear for Proceeding Supplemental Hearing; Writ of Attachment issued, cash only in defendant's name only. dm RJO: N Notice: A 09/12/1996 PROCEEDING SUPPLEMENTAL Session: 4:00 PM, Judicial Officer: Galvin, Stephen R 09/24/1996 Converted Event Comes now the Plaintiff and files Release of Judgment. The Court directs the Clerk to show on the margin of the Judgment Docket that said Judgment is satisfied and released. nih RJO: N Notice: N 09/24/1996 Converted Event Order of Dismissal issued by Court; Warrant Cancellation Order issued. REDOCKET/DISMISSED nb RJO: Y Notice: A 09/24/1996 Converted Event Received Notice of Judgment Paid in Full filed by Clerk. nb RJO: N Notice: N 12/14/2007 Judgment / Will Book Entry Last known Judgment Book entries for 53C06-9507-OV-00465: Book: 9 Page: 525

Gmail Google+ Calendar Web more 'Lures' COMPLAINT (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE)/Fwd: atty general complaint sent regarding misconduct( SAME ATTORNERY SAME FIRM WITH KNOWLEDGE OF PRIOR CASES-http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/32803-fl-ana-tangelrodriguez-1255736.html)/Duty to Report Lawyer Misconduct--Duty to Supervise--Responsibilities of Members of Law Firm Management Committees; These statutes include: Section 210401 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 (Police Misconduct Provision), 42 U.S.C. § 14141, which authorizes the Department to file suit challenging a pattern or practice of misconduct by law enforcement officers (or employees of any governmental agency with responsibility for the administration of juvenile justice or the incarceration of juveniles) that deprives persons of constitutional or federal statutory rights; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. § 2000d et seq., which prohibits recipients of federal financial assistance (including l Inbox Sheila Shaw to pennsylvania, Ombudsman, tips, +5 Mar 28, 2014Details (SIGNIFICANT STATE AND FEDERAL STATUTES & REGULATION NONCOMPLIANCE) Absent the CPI's (Felicia Handley) Central Abuse Record or affidavits of any MANDATORY ABUSE REPORTS http://www.dfps.state.tx.us/documents/Child_Care/Abuse_Registry/Florida.pdf (the guidelines and system wide standards of practice relative to federal reporting are set forth in the following published documentation https://www.childwelfare.gov/systemwide/laws_policies/statutes/manda.pdf) ((CPI 5617503201,COLOR OF LAW, RISS USED TO ASSIST CRIMINAL NONSUPPORT


Records Search logo Toggle navigation Print2002-DR-050423-I : SHAW, SHEILA J vs. COLEMAN, JIMMY L Case Header Case Type: Income Deduction Order Date Filed: 3/9/2002 Location: Family UCN: 482002DR050423A001IX Judge: Status: Closed - Non SRS Citation Number: Appear By Date: Parties Name Type Attorney Atty Phone SHEILA J SHAW Petitioner JIMMY L COLEMAN Jr Respondent Charge Details Offense Date Charge Plea Arrest Disposition Sentence Docket Events Document Status: = Public = VOR = Confidential = Sealed = Request Pending. Date Description Pages Doc Request Doc 6/11/2008 Notice of Need for Redirection 5/29/2008 Notice of Change of Address 5/29/2008 Notice Termination of IV-D Services 5/8/2008 Notice Termination of IV-D Services 4/30/2008 Notice of Need for Redirection 3/19/2007 Notice of Change of Address 11/15/2006 Notice of Change of Address 8/29/2005 Notice of Change of Address 5/17/2005 Notice of Change of Address 4/18/2005 Notice of Change of Address 12/28/2004 Notice of Change of Address 7/13/2004 Notice of Change of Address 5/18/2004 Notice of Change of Address 5/17/2004 Notice of Change of Address 5/5/2004 Notice of Change of Address 3/23/2004 Conversion 1/6/2004 Notice of Change of Address 11/24/2003 Notice of Change of Address 11/19/2003 Notice of Change of Address 11/4/2003 Notice of Need for Redirection 12/10/2002 Case Reassigned to Division 10/18/2002 Notice of Change of Address 3/9/2002 Income Deduction Order 3/9/2002 Order Closing/Disbursing Funds 3/9/2002 Order VOR (Viewable on Request) Certain case documents contain sensitive or personally identifiable information that must be manually redacted before they are viewable by the general public. Documents listed in the Docket Events section as VOR are public documents that require further redaction by Clerk staff before they can be viewed. Follow the steps below to request access to these documents: Check the Request Doc checkbox for the document you wish to view. You may repeat this for other VOR documents on the same case. Once all document requests have been made for this case, click the Submit button. A confirmation screen will display, where you will be asked to enter or confirm your email address to finalize your request. You will receive an initial email notification to confirm your request, followed by additional email notifications as requested documents become available. The Clerk’s office makes every effort to complete these requests in a timely manner. For definitions of document types, please refer to our glossary. Hearings Date Hearing Time Location Pages Doc Financial Date Description Payer Amount Balance Due: 0 Bonds Description Status Date Bond Status Image Amount Warrants Number Status Description Issue Date Service Date Recall Date Expiration Date Warrant Type Help & Support FAQ Glossary of Terms Contact Support View Our Privacy Statement my eclerk logo © Copyright 2017 Orange County Clerk of Courts All rights reserved Build V. 1.2.0.1 Follow Us... Twitter Facebook Newsletter Email

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Case Number:


482002DR050423XXXXXX
Docket 02-83719 PACSES Case ID 047104532
Florida case number 020050423
1143191595
Philadelphia register case

1997- The Indiana case (0000743923; 53 C07-9704-JP-00189) was heard and finaled as of October of 1997.

Clerk of the Family Court
Domestic Relations Division
1133 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia , PA    19107




Ms. Sheila Shaw
Plaintiff,
Vs.
Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr.
Respondent


Docket 02-83719
PACSES Case ID 047104532

Litigants
             

SHAW, SHEILA J vs COLEMAN, JIMMIE L

Docket
             

PACSES Case Id
             

County

02-83719
             

047104532
             

Philadelphia

Records 1-20 of 56 Docket Entries
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No.              DATE              DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
2               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
3               10/06/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
4               08/27/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
5               08/18/2008               GENERIC ORDER.
6               07/30/2008               ORDER EMPLOYER TO TERMINATE INCOME ATTACHMENT
7               07/08/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
8               07/02/2008               GENERIC ORDER.
9               07/01/2008               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
10               05/08/2008               CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
11               01/02/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
12               11/29/2007               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
13               08/09/2007               GENERIC ORDER.
14               08/09/2007               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
15               03/28/2007               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
16               03/28/2007               GENERIC ORDER.
17               12/29/2006               GENERIC ORDER.
18               11/10/2006               ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - DEF/PETITIONER
19               11/10/2006               MODIFICATION PETITION - DEFENDANT ATTORNEY FILED
20               11/09/2006               CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL

I am requesting a transcript of activity on this case inclusive of all modifications to the order registered on June 13th, 2003.  I recently
requested a modification hearing, modification of the child support order which has been made prior to date several times by correspondence to the court, and the OCSE office.  The modification request is inclusive of the Plaintiffs  request of review of the registered order originally issued in the state of Indiana.  The Indiana order was dated April 15th, 1998 after
a petition for support was submitted to the court for child support whereas the Respondent and the Plaintiff separated and ended a cohabitation of more than seven years.  Contingent on cohabitation and premarital engagement, there was no order for the first six years of the minors life, the absent order and prior expenses should have been reviewed in the initial order retroactively.   The registered order in PA as of June 13th, 2003 also did not include in retroactive period prior to 1998, rather the order included arrearages to be paid due noncompliance of the Indiana child support order.

The State of Pennsylvania's enforcement tactics including mandatory Freeze and Seizure which goes into action after you are 1 month; 30 days in arrears on the current support.
Federal Law allows a 55% garnishment of your wages which is in accordance to the Consumer Credit Protection Act if there is a Child Support Case under the state jurisdiction and Federal CAC statutes that are reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigations Program Crimes Unit.
Wage Garnishment rules taken directly from federal law; Title 15, Chapter 41, Subchapter II.

(EFT transfer ( subject to the Expedited Funds Availability Act) the state of PA sent payment on the 13th day of July, 2006.)


Litigants
             

SHAW, SHEILA J vs COLEMAN, JIMMIE L

Docket
             

PACSES Case Id
             

County

02-83719
             

047104532
             

Philadelphia

Records 1-20 of 56 Docket Entries
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No.              DATE              DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
2               12/19/2008               ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT



Mon, 10 Mar 2008 13:00:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: nine09digits@yahoo.com  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Subject: Fwd: Re: Fwd: accessing case record identification number, compelled use of a ssn number
To: "Fred Ray" <rayf@dor.state.fl.us>
CC: "Health Services" <HHSTips@oig.hhs.gov>
    I recently received a letter dated 02//26/2008
case number 1143191595
whereas the letter uses in error interchangably "updated" and "modified".  The letter states that my case was last updated regarding a modification request on 06/27/2006. This information is incorrect.  No modification has been made in this IVD interstate case since 06/13/2003 when the case was domiciled in Phila, Pennslyvania.
I am requested this error be corrected in addition to the removal of the ssn number from this record.

DOMESTIC RELATIONS (TITLE 23)
INTRASTATE FAMILY SUPPORT
CHAPTER 76. ENFORCEMENT AND MODIFICATION OF SUPPORT ORDER AFTER REGISTRATION
SUBCHAPTER C. REGISTRATION AND MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT ORDER

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sheila Shaw <sdynastysheila@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, May 17, 2008 at 9:14 AM
Subject: § 7611. Modification of child support order of another state.
To: nine09digits@yahoo.com


§ 7611. Modification of child support order of another state.
(a) Authority.--After a child support order issued in another state has been registered in this State, the responding tribunal of this State may modify that order only if, after notice and hearing, it finds any of the following:

   1. The following requirements are met:
         1. the child, the individual obligee and the obligor do not reside in the issuing state;
         2. a petitioner who is a nonresident of this State seeks modification; and
         3. the respondent is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal of this State.

An individual party or the child is subject to the personal jurisdiction of the tribunal and all of the individual parties have filed a written consent in the issuing tribunal providing that a tribunal of this State may modify the support order and assume continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the order.
(b) General rule.--Modification of a registered child support order is subject to the same requirements, procedures and defenses that apply to the modification of an order issued by a tribunal of this State; and the order may be enforced and satisfied in the same manner.
(c) Restriction.--A tribunal of this State may not modify any aspect of a child support order that may not be modified under the law of the issuing state.
(d) Continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.--On issuance of an order modifying a child support order issued in another state, a tribunal of this State becomes the tribunal of continuing, exclusive jurisdiction.
(e) Filing.--Within 30 days after issuance of a modified child support order, the party obtaining the modification shall file a certified copy of the order with the issuing tribunal which had continuing, exclusive jurisdiction over the earlier order and in each tribunal in which the party knows that earlier order has been registered.


Motion For Counsel Fees

Plaintiff, Ms Sheila Shaw, petitions for a Motion For Counsel Fees in that Respondent does not voluntary comply with the order of child support and the Plaintiff has to continually seek a contempt of court order against the Respondent, Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr. for enforcement of the order involving legal research and costs to forward to the court.



Ms. Sheila Shaw

Plaintiff/Petitioner


cc: prior document sent to the Clerk of the Court, DRCSC


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Financial Services Unit Docket 02-83719 PACSES Case ID 047104532
Wednesday, March 2, 2005 2:41 AM
From:
"Sheila Shaw" <nine09digits@yahoo.com>
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To:
"Clerk of Family Court" <DRCSC@COURTS.PHILA.GOV>

Ms. Sheila Shaw

5924 Park Hamilton Blvd. 191

Orlando, Florida 32808

FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
46 S. 11th Street – Suite 400

FINANCIAL SERVICES – Suite 400
46 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA   19107
Telephone:  (215) 686-8950
Fax: (215) 686-8953



Duplicate letter in these regards:



ENFORCEMENT UNIT
Room 314

Deborah Barnes, Supervisor
Enforcement Unit – Room 314
34 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Telephone: (215) 686-9393
(215) 686-4017 (Bank Account Seizure only)
Fax: (215) 686-3826
E-Mail: tactical@phillychildsupport.com (IRS, Driver License, Credit Bureau, etc.)
fidm@phillychildsupport.com (Bank Account Seizure ONLY)





March 02, 2005

RE: Payment for the month of January 2005 was erroneously forwarded to another state other than the state the plaintiff resides in and retained in the state of Indiana.

The following text describes the error to case and plaintiff requests that payments be forwarded as the order is indicative of to Florida State Disbursement Unit on behalf of

Sheila Shaw, until the IV-D case in Florida is closed which would fascilitate a direct payment generating from the clerk of court(s).





(Indiana case number 0000743923)

Respondent owes past due support/back support and arrearages at this time

Plaintiff does not residen in Indiana nor does Plaintiff receive Title IV state advancements

at this time(State Form 34882 (R6/12-92) DFC Form 425A)

which would agree to the State of Indiana to retain current child support payments being forwarded to the state of Florida from the state of Pennsylvania.

Payments for the month of January 2005 were intercepted by the state of Indiana in error accordingly to statute. An of audit of this request is being made to the state of Indiana Department of Revenue to request the appropiate Florida Department of Revenue payment history that illustrates past due support owed and arrearage owed to the recipient and Plaintiff in this case, Ms. Sheila Shaw.

I am requesting the retained check for the month of January 2005 be release or forwarded at this time.

Ms. Sheila Shaw

cc:

letter to prosecutor, originating county and state of the child support order
Title 42 sections 654, 657, 666 collection, disbursement and state programs affiliated with child support payments citation

State of Pennsylvania payment history and proof of past due support owed, arrearages owed in this case

CHILD SUPPORT BUREAU

Division of Family & Children

402 W. Washington St., Rom W360

Indianapolis, IN 46204



Indiana Child Support Bureau
State Central Collection Unit
PO Box 6219
Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-6219



Department of Revenue
100 N Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Indianapolis Downtown (Main Office)
Indiana Government Center North, Rm. N105
100 N. Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-2240

letter to prosecutor

Carl Salzman
Monroe County Prosecutor
238 West Seventh St.
Bloomington, Indiana 47404

812-349-2045 fascimile

February 22, 2205


RE: your audit casw number 0000743923

I have received a letter from your office regarding an originating child support order out of Indiana, 53 C07-9704-JP-00189
closure intent notice. This case has been registered as an IV-D case, Interstate Case through the Department of Revenue, the government office which holds the records from Indiana and Pennsylvania which illustrate the payment history and all lapses thereof Mr. Jimmy Lee Coleman, Jr. that substantiate the plaintiff's claim to date. The respondent in this case has periodically lapsed in child support payment surmounting over 172 weeks of absent, delinquent or missed payments. Furthermore, the Plaintiff, Ms. Sheila Shaw is entitled to collect all and any payments made at this time due the amount of past due child support, owed arrearages and interest, penalties and statutory punitive damage, and legal costs thereof in collection activities. I am amending this letter with the US Code citations and documentation from the Administration for Children and Families the government entity that publishs and maintains records of government law applicable to child support collection and payments. I am requesting that you make the necessary corrections to record of this case.

Sincerely,
Ms. Sheila Shaw

cc: Registered Order -Child Support Order
Administration for Children and Families Website
Administration for Child Support Enforcement
US Code Title 42 Sect.(s) 654, 666, and Sect 667 Child Support, Child Support Collection and Disbursement, Advance
Payment Program through the State Program Enforcement, Collection, Disbursement and Repayment, Family First
Statute

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Docket 02-83719
PACSES Case ID 047104532
County Philadelphia
Litigants SHAW , SHEILA J vs COLEMAN , JIMMY L



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No. DATE DOCKET DESCRIPTION
1 01/21/2005 GENERIC ORDER.
2 01/13/2005 GENERIC ORDER.
3 09/22/2004 CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
4 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
5 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
6 09/22/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
7 08/16/2004 CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
8 07/22/2004 ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
9 07/22/2004 ORDERED EMPLOYER TO MODIFY INCOME ATTACHMENT
10 04/29/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
11 04/28/2004 CONTEMPT ORDER FINAL
12 04/28/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
13 04/05/2004 CONTEMPT PETITION ISSUED AGAINST THE DEFENDANT
14 03/08/2004 GENERIC ORDER.
15 01/22/2004 FINAL ORDER - PETITION TO MODIFY WITHDRAWN- DISMISSED
16 12/22/2003 MODIFICATION PETITION - PRO SE FILED - PLAINTIFF
17 12/22/2003 ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - DEF/RESPONDENT
18 12/22/2003 ORDER TO APPEAR AT A MOD CONFERENCE - PLT/PETITIONER
19 10/15/2003 GENERIC ORDER.
20 06/13/2003 GENERIC ORDER.

Sheila Shaw