2.40.10 Civil Contempt.
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(a) A civil contempt consists of the omission or refusal to perform an act that is in the person’s power to perform, or a past act which violates a St. Paul Island Tribal Court order or the authority of the Court.
(b) Relief in a civil contempt proceeding may include:
(1) A fine payable to the Court; or
(2) The imposition of a fine or imprisonment for the purpose of coercing performance. Such fine or imprisonment shall remain in effect for so long as the party in contempt has the ability to comply with the Court order or directive. [Res. 2012-26; 2008 Code § 2.9.1]