Interesting. So you're saying that if a civil judgment is obtained, and the defendant fails to pay, and the state then somehow assists in the enforcement -- let's say, by issuing a lien on property -- that then it would become a state action? If so, I see what you mean. I wonder if they thought about that?

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Adeline Dimond

Adeline Dimond

Federal attorney, writing thought crimes on Medium. To connect: Adeline.Dimond@gmail.com

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