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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL
Indirect contempt of court. Provides that in an indirect contempt of court case, the prosecuting attorney of the judicial district in which the court has jurisdiction represents the state. Provides that if the prosecuting attorney decides not to prosecute the indirect contempt of court case after reviewing the case, the court may appoint another person who is: (1) an attorney in good standing; and (2) admitted to practice law in Indiana; to prosecute the indirect contempt of court case.