In part two, I discussed that in a contempt of court action imprisonment can be requested as a sanction based upon a party's failure to follow a court's order. Jail is one of the harshest sanctions that a court can impose, and a person may be represented by a court-appointed lawyer if jail is requested. Representation by a court-appointed attorney is contingent upon financially qualifying for that assistance.
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