For the past 13 years, the divorce case of Kurt and Melissa Ramin has bedeviled all the lawyers and judges it touched.

Five years ago, the state Supreme Court established new remedies to punish Kurt Ramin for his rude, crude contempt for the court system. Ramin v. Ramin remains the landmark for discovery abuse in divorce, and this past summer, its punishments were finally applied.

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