(Crossposted on Alas and TADA. Defenses of C4M should be taken to TADA.)
From Judge David Lawson’s decision in a 2005 choice-for-men case (pdf link):
The plaintiff thereafter had difficulty accepting the financial consequences of his conduct, so the State came to his assistance by bringing a legal action that would result in an established schedule the plaintiff could follow in contributing to the financial support of his daughter.
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