JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Hundreds of child support cases from the Mississippi Department of Human Services (DHS) are under review Thursday.
Officials are investigating whether process servers lied about delivering subpoenas to order people to appear in court.
The process servers worked in several counties for subcontractors of Young Williams Child Support Services.
The Jackson company has a 23-million-dollar DHS contract.
Court records showed the process servers claimed they delivered papers to people who were incarcerated and even to a woman who had been dead for two years.
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