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Ill-informed Criticism Should be Killed by the Bar, Not Dueled by using Power of Contempt

Author(s) Allen Sajeev
Country India
Abstract Contempt of court, also referred to simply as "contempt," is the act of being rebellious or ill-bred toward a court of law and its officers by engaging in conduct that opposes or rejects the court's position, equity, and nobility.Contempt of Parliament or contempt of Congress refers to a negative attitude toward an authority entity.
Contemn (as in "to disdain a court request") is the action term meaning "to commit contempt," and a contemnor is a person who is guilty of it.
When a court decides that an action constitutes contempt of court, it can issue an order that in the context of a court trial or hearing declares a person or organization to have disobeyed or been disrespectful of the court's authority, called "found" or "held" in contempt. That is the judge's strongest power to impose sanctions for acts that disrupt the court's normal process. This term can likewise be comprehended as far as the opportunity of cut off points of the legal continuing. As we realize that all appointed authorities in courts can give legal procedures which have a specific breaking point in which it has the opportunity to make any legal continuing and anything which reduces or stops it in making any legal continuing which is of need can add up to scorn of court.
Keywords Contempt , court , legal , constitution, criminal , civil, international
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-05
Cite This Ill-informed Criticism Should be Killed by the Bar, Not Dueled by using Power of Contempt - Allen Sajeev - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.16296
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