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Sunday, November 6, 2005

Question of Child Support Payments Raised in New York Judge’s Race

The question of whether the child support payments of Democratic City Court judge candidate in New York, Evan Inlaw, were current appeared answered yesterday when he provided a letter from Westchester Countyconfirming they were up to date. The letter, signed by a support investigator at the county Office of Child Support Enforcement, said Inlaw had met with the office and that his child-support payment of $107 a week "is current and continues to remain active." Inlaw had pledged to show proof the account was in good standing, after being confronted with evidence he had been issued several tax warrants since 2001 and had at times paid his child support late. Warrants totaling about $1,800 for unpaid taxes issued last year and in 2003 likely were paid within the past several weeks, a spokesman for the Department of Taxation and Finance said. Inlaw's ex-wife, Gale Inlaw, had earlier provided a document dated Nov. 3 that showed Inlaw had not made child-support payments for his 6-year-old daughter since Sept. 16.  Source. Michael Gannon, The Journal News,  Please click here for additional information (last visited November 6, 2005, reo).

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