Narconon Accused Of Contempt of Court - 1992-02-12
Assistant Attorney General Guy Hurst said no hearing date has been set on his application for a contempt citation filed on behalf of the state Department of Mental Health.
The penalty for contempt of court is "$200 a day until they purge themselves of contempt and up to six months in jail," Hurst said.
"Normally people follow court orders. I've worked in the Attorney General's office seven years. I can't remember when we've had this problem," Hurst said.