The New Jersey judiciary took action on Monday to ensure compliance with procedures put in place to protect the constitutional rights of poor people who fall behind in paying court-ordered child support.

The Administrative Office of the Courts issued a statewide directive, No. 02-14, accompanied by a revised form that judges must now complete in child support enforcement proceedings in order to be certain that they have made the required findings.

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