The Law of Contempt

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Friday, May 1, 2009 - 12:00pm

"The Law of Contempt" was presented by Professor John Saxon at the 2009 Child Support Enforcement: Representing Respondents seminar. An introduction to the law of contempt within the context of child support enforcement proceedings, this session focuses on the critical differences between civil and criminal contempt. Topics include burdens of proof and persuasion, the purpose of civil and criminal contempt, and appeals.

John L. Saxon, Professor of Public Law and Government, UNC School of Government
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0.75 hours
CLE Value:
0.75 hrs
0.75 hrs

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John L. Saxon
May, 2009
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