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Domestic Relations – Criminal Contempt – Divorce Testimony (access required)

A trial court that decided husband gave false testimony about whether he denied wife access to the parties’ bank accounts erred in conducting a plenary criminal contempt proceeding without affording husband procedural due process protections, and the Court of Appeals reverses and vacates husband’s conviction for contempt, including the fine and assessment of attorney’s fees. First, ...

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