Debtor's Prison (Including Child Support Contempt) - Media

  1. Tamir Birkhead, Right to Counsel in Nonpayment Hearings, Human Rights at Home Blog (Aug. 26, 2015), available at

  2. Ethan Bronner, Right to Counsel Can Be Empty Promise for Poor, New York Times (Mar. 15, 2013), available at

  3. Irin Carmon, How Falling Behind in Child Support Can End In Jail, MSNBC (Apr. 9, 2015), available at

  4. Eli Hager, Debtors’ Prisons, Then and Now: FAQ, The Marshall Project (Feb. 24, 2015), available at

  5. Christopher Mathias, One-Eighth of South Carolina Inmates Were Jailed Over Child Support Payments.  Walter Scott Was One Of Them, Huffington Post (Apr. 10, 2015), available at

  6. Robert Patrick, Pagedale to Repeal Ordinances, Dismiss Tickets as Part of Class Action Settlement, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Feb. 3, 2018), available at

  7. John Pollock, Wyoming Parents Can Go to Jail Without Legal Counsel, Casper Star-Tribune (Mar. 15, 2013), available at

  8. Alice Speri, How the High Cost of Justice Pushes the Poor Into Prison, The Intercept (May 13, 2016), available at

  9. Diane Wagner, Law Center Questions 'Debtors' Prison', Rome News Tribune (Dec. 23, 2010), available at