[quote]I'm not sure what you are talking about. Failure to pay CS is contempt and so is refusing parenting time.
---> Failure to pay is NOT simply contempt (although it can fall under that too). Most states have actual laws in regards to failure to pay support. I will bet you 100% your state has state statutes in regards for failure to pay. Contempt is not a felony offense. Where as refusing parenting time is contempt, ONLY if a judge says so and I am asking to cite cases where a mother was tossed in jail for it. Contempt can be enforced by many means. Probation, jail or a fine
And read what I wrote, M5 didn't keep the children away, it was her husband's ex, the BM who witheld M5's husband's parenting time.
If you want something that the reason for jail is the withholding of parenting time than you won't find any because it would be under contempt of court.
----> I am asking for a case, whereas it could be contempt and the mother is jailed. I already said Illinois is the only state where witholding visitation it is a crimminal offense ie: NOT contempt. It's an actual law. And as I have stated, no one in 4 years has been prosecuted for it. In fact, show me a case where the mother was jailed for this type of contempt
It is the same as CS, not paying CS falls under contempt of court.
You are not following a court order. [/quote]
I never said it wasn't contempt. Not following a CO is contempt. Whereas men are punished in a much more harsh manner. Illinois let's you search cases on the appellate
cases which I did, using keywords such as "contempt"+"visitation" and a number of others and nothing came up. I also for the heck of it search google in the same manner and again nothing came up.
You have to be out of your mind to think women aren't treated in a more gentle manner in court than men.