IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA
k/k/a Constance Mills Haeseley
Plaintiff (Petitioner, former Wife)
State Civil Case No. 95-DR-10-4755
DALE WAYNE MILLS,
Defendant, pro se (Respondent, former husband)
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
SOUTH CAROLINA STATUES PERMANENT ALIMONY SECTIONS
( § 20-3-120, 130 et al) IMPERMISSIBLY INFRINGE
THE FEDERAL RIGHT TO PRIVACY,
“...it is clear that among the decisions that an individual may make without
interference are personal decisions relating to
marriage...” Carey v. Population Serv. Int’l., 431 U.S. 678, 684-685 (1977)
Dale Wayne Mills, pro se, hereby gives notice of removal of the civil action
styled Constance D. Mills (now known as Constance Mills Haeseley) v. Dale Wayne
Mills, Case No. 95-DR-10-4755, from the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of South Carolina,
Charleston County South Carolina, to this Court pursuant to 42 U.S.C.1983, 28 U.S.C. §§
1331, 1441, 1443, and 1446.
The parties personal decision relating to their marriage, i.e. to divorce, has
metamorphosized into a constitutional and civil rights case.
As grounds for removal, Dale Wayne Mills states,
1. Constance Mills Haeseley, former wife, while she and her husband were residents of
Indiana filed a Dissolution of Marriage Proceeding pursuant to South Carolina statutes
Title 20 provisions in the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court of South Carolina in 1996.
2. A Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage was entered in the above action by the
Ninth Judicial Circuit Family Court of South Carolina on December 19, 1996.
3. A Rule To Show Cause hearing and Order for Alimony To Be Paid Through Court for
arrearages of alimony was voluntarily entered by the Petitioner and honored by the
Honorable Judge Garfinkel agains