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Criminal Practice – Criminal Contempt – Evidence – Transcripts – Corroboration – Attorney’s Fees (access required)

Defendant was accused of interrupting a criminal trial by shaking his head at a witness and making a gun with his fingers while mouthing unintelligible words at the witness, to the point where the witness started telling defendant to stop. At defendant’s subsequent trial for criminal contempt, the court could admit transcripts of (1) the ...

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