Contempt — Civil or Criminal — Determination. Whether a contempt is civil or criminal in character depends upon the purpose of the proceeding and the sanction imposed. If the purpose is punitive and the sanction is a determinative period of punishment without an opportunity to purge, the proceeding is criminal in nature.
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