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In what is believed to be a first-impression decision in the contempt-of-court context, a Kings County Supreme Court justice has ruled against a husband in a contentious divorce case, who faces a possible criminal contempt finding over spoliation of evidence, who’d demanded an in-person hearing and an indefinite postponement of it based on COVID-19 health concerns.

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Jason Grant

Jason Grant is a staff writer covering legal stories and cases for the New York Law Journal, the National Law Journal and Law.com, and a former practicing attorney. He's written and reported previously for the New York Times, the Star-Ledger, the L.A. Times and other publications. Contact him at [email protected] On Twitter, pls find him @JasonBarrGrant

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