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Answered 2010-07-15 00:03:45

Jail if you are more then 2 to 3,000 but if you show the judge you are trying your hardest don't leave state ( abandonment) and show up to your court appearances he will give you plenty of more time to make your payments!!!

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It is illegal to jail someone in the US for a debt. Rather, it is a matter of being in Contempt of Court. However, the states can no longer afford to do this to any great extent.

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