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Amherst company pleads guilty to contempt

Amherst company Acquest Transit LLC pleaded guilty to criminal contempt, before Senior U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny. The charge carries a maximum sentence of a fine of $500,000 and five years probation. Federal prosecutors say that Acquest Transit was ...

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COA considers contempt in divorce accounting

ALBANY — New York’s highest court is considering whether a man can be held in civil contempt and jailed for refusing to tell what he did with money from property sold during his divorce proceeding. The state Court of Appeals ...

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Contempt: People v. Ferenchak

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Contempt Sufficiency of Information  People v. Ferenchak KA 09-00595 Appealed from Onondaga County Court Background: The defendant was convicted of criminal contempt for violation of an order of protection. He challenged the misdemeanor information as being ...

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Discovery: International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 43 Pension v. Meacham Electrical Contractors, Inc.

United States District Court, Northern District of New York Discovery Contempt — Failure to Produce or Appear International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 43 Pension v. Meacham Electrical Contractors, Inc. 05-CV-754 Judge Mordue Background: On June 2, 2008, the ...

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