A civil contempt order requiring the contemnor to incur a cost or take specific action?such as paying for supervised visitation?satisfies the second prong of the test in the 1983 case of State v. Curcio and, therefore, constitutes an appealable final judgment.
Khan v. Hillyer
Connecticut Supreme Court
September 3, 2012
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