Twenty-Five Grand Held Too Stiff a Sanction for One Missed Court Date

The Appellate Division puts some gloss on a rule that lets judges dun parties who fail to appear, calling a $25,318 sanction for missing a day in court "a mistaken exercise of discretion."

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