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I have been awarded an amount in the thousands in the small claims court in a case against my general contractor. In addition to the initial trial and subsequent appeal, I have gone to the district court over 8 times to try to coerce the defendant to pay the amount (it has been determined that he is more than capable of making the monthly payments). I paid for the issuance of a Writ of Execution, but did not benefit from doing so. Since the defendant missed the most recent court date, I have been issued a Capias from the district court.
At this point, should I pay the sheriff to have him physically detained to ensure that I receive my amount; can the amount paid for his arrest be recouped in court? (I am also concerned about retaliation on his part; how should I handle this?)