• U.S. District Court
  • 3:12cv1299
  • Dec 23 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Chatigny, J.
A court may hold a party in contempt only if: 1.) the order that the party failed to comply with is clear and unambiguous; 2.) proof of noncompliance is clear and convincing; and 3.) the party has not diligently attempted to comply.

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