Here's the scenario.
I quit my job on April 3, 2012. I gave him a 2 week notice. I worked over 100 hours in march, I don't get paid for the month prior until the 15th of every month, which was yesterday.
I ask him for my paycheck, he tells me he doesn't have it because his clients haven't paid him. He offers to give me 600$ in cash and pay the rest when he gets it. I tell him no, I want the full paycheck, its unfair to me, as an employee, to hold my paycheck. He texts me today saying he has my paycheck. I go to pick it up, its for 48 hours, less than half of what I worked.
I want to take him to small claims court, but the problem is, I do not have any records of my time worked. We use a ticketing system called Connectwise to put time on. It is hosted from them, so any records of my time will be there. Unfortunately, he killed my access to CW. I want to take him to small claims court, but I don't know if i can do anything without that info. I called CW and they said they cannot give me the info even though they have my SS#/Name/everything you can imagine on file showing that I worked for him. What the can i do? Can CW be forced to give me the information if the court orders it? Can CW show changes in case he changed 50% of my tickets from my name to his so it looked like i only got 48 hours instead of 100? I just want the money he owes me.