Civil contempt ruling continues to baffle Md. family law attorneys (access required)

Nearly a year after Maryland’s second-highest court ruled that people cannot be held in civil contempt for having violated a court order if they subsequently complied with it, family law attorneys are still trying to get their bearings in a changed legal landscape. “Lawyers are basically shaking their heads,” Mary Roby Sanders, of Turnbull, Nicholson & ...

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