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‘Not too late’ for legal representation in contempt of court sentencing, High Court judge says in family case

31st October 2023

The Law Gazette

A judge has allowed a litigant in person found to be in contempt ‘one more opportunity, should he wish to take it, to obtain legal representation’ before he is sentenced.

Jason-Steven: Wong made a covert audio recording of a private family court hearing in adoption application proceedings before giving the recording and associated documents to another individual. The recording was subsequently published on YouTube.

The YouTube video recording is accompanied ‘by a specific encouragement to others to defy the authority of the family court’.

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