September 2014 | 311 P.3d 170 (Wyo. 2013)

Walker v. Walker (Wyoming 2013)

District courts have both inherent and statutory authority to enforce their orders through contempt sanctions. A court may award a money judgment as a compensatory contempt sanction, rather than utilizing the more coercive alternative of order a defendant to pay and then imposing other sanctions if he is able to comply and fails to do so.

Walker v. Walker.pdf

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