My husband recently had a court date for failure to comply with a court order. It was found that CSE failed to notify his employer of the court ordered wage withholding of child support, despite his notifying CSE of the change in employment and ending up missing 2 payments. It still isn’t electronically deducted as court ordered (failure #1) but we are sending in the checks so it’s being paid. CSE admitted it was a clerical error and has noted my husbands numerous attempts to rectify their mistake in the case notes. He was told that as of the beginning of October the case was dropped and he didn’t have to report for court because the case worker was going there to dismiss the case personally, them being the experts in this kind of thing we took their advice and didn’t make plans to be there. Apparently the case worker never showed up to court, she has never returned any of his calls prior to court and didn’t notify him of her intention to not show up, he has been called a dead beat by his case worker and has gotten nowhere when dealing with supervisors as they all say his case worker is doing her job and working in the best interest of the children. Because of her “excellent” work ethic and obvious straight and narrow moral compass, a warrant was issued for his arrest for failure to appear. Luckily we live 900 miles away and because it’s not a felony NC will probably not extradite. I’d like to know how CSE can say this is in the best interest of the children for their father to be served with a warrant for a CSE clerical error and how the CSE case worker can get away with such a grossly negligent attitude? We called Raleigh’s central CSE office and got the same answers and attitude. My question is what can we do to make sure this type of negligence and harassment doesn’t happen to my husband again?