ORDER ENFORCEMENT III - CRIMINAL NON SUPPORT


CRIMINAL NON SUPPORT Any person who intentionally fails for 120 or more consecutive days to provide spousal, grandchild or child support which the person knows or reasonably should know the person is legally obligated to provide may be guilty of a Class I felony. Failure to support a child (Criminal Non Support) is prosecuted by the District Attorney's office. The Child Support Agency may refer cases to the District Attorney's office, or a party to the case may file a complaint directly with their office.