March 2016 | 874 N.W.2d (2015)

State v. Erpelding (Nebraska 2015)

The Defendant’s actions, words, and circumstances can all be evidence of an intentional failure to pay. In this case, the Defendant had notice of the obligation, was working, and made partial payments on a bank loan but did not pay his child support. He only contacted the child support office after his operator’s and recreational licenses were suspended, and he had been charged criminally.

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