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Contempt conviction reduced

Required element missing from prosecutor’s case

A state appeals court has reduced a contempt conviction in Livingston County Court. In July 2014, defendant Brian T. Barrett was convicted in a bench trial before Livingston County Court Judge Robert B. Wiggins of two counts of first-degree criminal contempt in the first degree, third-degree criminal mischief and third-degree assault. In a decision released Nov. 20, ...

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