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Civil Procedure – Appeals – Contempt (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a decision by the trial court finding appellant in contempt for violating prior court orders, as appellant’s opening brief contains no argument, principles of law or authorities related to two of his questions presented. We find appellant’s failure to strictly adhere to the requirements of Rule 5A:20(e) “significant” pursuant to Jay ...

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