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(Court of Appeal, Ward and Clarke LJJ, 11 April 2005)  2 FLR 1006
Held that the judge had erred in principle. A custodial sentence should not have been imposed until the judge was satisfied that such was justified. A custodial sentence ought not to be imposed simply because the father lacked the means to pay a fine. See also Re M (Contact Order)  EWCA 615 below in Newswatch cases under the heading Contempt". See September  Fam Law 694 for the case report and comment.
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