CONTUMACY

CONTUMACY

contumacy (kon-t[y]uu-m[schwa]-see), n. Contempt of court; the refusal of a person to follow a court’s order or direction. See CONTEMPT. [Cases: Contempt 1¨C26. C.J.S. Contempt ¡ì¡ì 2¨C3, 37.] ¡ª contumacious, adj.
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