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Criminal Practice – Contempt – Cursing at Judge (access required)

U.S. v. Peoples The 4th Circuit upholds a criminal contempt conviction for a plaintiff who lingered in the courtroom to curse and complain about the judge who had just dismissed his civil rights case for his repeated late appearances in court, but reverses his summary contempt conviction for showing up late for his contempt trial.

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