Tennessee Judge Orders Dad to Jail in Overpaying Child Support Issue
March 25, 2010
MONROE COUNTY, Tenn., (christiansunite.com) -- On December 11, 2009, Judge Michael Sharp ordered Scott Morgan to be arrested and detained by the Monroe County Sheriff's Department on March 31, 2010, for back child support, child support Mr. Morgan says he has proof he doesn't owe.
On March 16, 2010, according to Tennessee state guidelines Mr. Morgan again entered proof (133 pages of evidence) of his overpayment of child support to his former wife.
According to Mr. Morgan, evidence had been submitted to the court of his overpayment numerous times. Attorney Peter Alliman (bar # 5984) represented his client Debora Gail Davis Morgan Everett, Mr. Morgan's former wife. Peter Alliman had knowingly altered, falsified and concealed some of the payments that were made to Ms. Davis through the court records. "Mr. Alliman's attempts to monetarily benefit his client and himself by entering false and misleading information to the courts is criminal and unethical," states Mr. Morgan.
A quick search on Yahoo or Google reveals Peter Alliman having an extensive past history of criminal complaints filed against him for entering false and misleading information into court records. According to the court records, his client Ms. Davis has a long-standing documented history of sympathy scams and filing false police reports. Ms. Davis was found to be involved in committing fraud upon the State of Tennessee, the Tennessee Department of Human Services, and the Citizens National Bank, sending the costs on to the tax payers of Tennessee.
According to Ms. Davis's only son, his mom had involved him, as early as the age of 12, in forging signatures on checks and legal documents she brought to him at the kitchen table where Ms. Davis fraudulently extracted money out of bank accounts not belonging to her. Her son goes on to say that his mom formed a front organization called THINKING OF THE CHILDREN to make money. This is where Ms. Davis collected tens of thousands of dollars that went unreported to the State of Tennessee. The state eventually revoked her license because of overbilling when she could not account for or produce the large sums of funds that were improperly reported, missing and/or unaccounted for.
In August of 2007, through the courts, Ms. Davis managed to extort a large sum of money, half of a 401(k) plan and a vested retirement pension from her second husband Steven David Everett. Further investigations have revealed Ms. Davis to have an extensive history of drug abuse. During that time, Ms. Davis had taken secret trips outside the United States where she spent large sums of money.
Ineffective counsel and unethical misconduct from members of the Tennessee bar association have left Mr. Morgan financially broke and representing himself.
Every American citizen is endowed with an inherent right and responsibility to hold public officials accountable. For further information visit: www.tnccc.com.