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Contempt Not Excused by ‘Memory Loss’ (access required)

At appellant’s prosecution for contempt of court for allegedly claiming inability to appear in court due to illness one day before she attended a Valentine Day party at her child’s school, she failed to raise a conflict-of-interest challenge to the trial court’s appointment of her child’s GAL as a special prosecutor in the case, and ...

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