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Civil Practice – Contempt – Injunction – Contacting Plaintiffs’ Associates (access required)

Elizabeth Townes Homeowners Association, Inc. v. Jordan Where defendant admitted to contacting people she had been enjoined from contacting; her violation of the injunctions was willful; she was capable of complying, as that would only entail ceasing the prohibited communications; and the purpose of the injunctions – cessation of harassing communications – would still be served by compliance, the trial court did not err in holding defendant in civil contempt.

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