As the example implies, merely speaking in an improper tone to a judge may lead to being held in contempt
The court found that the defendant had disposed of the documents in good faith before the issuance of the order to produce; thus, he could not be held in contempt
because he could not produce them.
OTCBB:VPER), Acting Through Ronald Weaver, CEO, and Jason Sunstein, Vice President of Finance, Should Not Be Held in Contempt
The motion is carried, and Ronnie Palisoc Dayan is therefore being held in contempt
by this committee, and correspondingly, an arrest warrant be issued against him to compel his presence before this committee to testify as regards the materiality of all allegations stated against him, before the committee could ferret out the truth on the matters being investigated to,' Leachon said.
The panel also declared that a defendant can be held in contempt
even if its redesign is noninfringing.
All right, I hereby order you to show cause why you should not be held in contempt
for flagrant, willful, defiant and absolutely inadmissible violation of my order,'' he told her.
Saying attorney Ed Masry and his co-counsel from Texas may be held in contempt
of court if they don't produce information subpoenaed by the City of Beverly Hills, Superior Court Judge Valerie Baker has given the law firms of Masry & Vititoe and Baron & Budd until Tuesday, July 22, to provide environmental and health testing data regarding their allegation of health issues at Beverly Hills High School, according to Beverly Hills City Attorney Laurence Wiener.