What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Maryland
Will try to keep this as short as possible, I am the father, have had my daughter 90% of the time for 4 years, she is almost 6 now and just started kindergarten. Mother lives an hour away in a different school zone.
After two dui's in three months by her mom, and some other issues I opened a modification case to get some safety precautions and other things added to the agreement.
We had a PL hearing in April, at the hearing it was ruled she can not transport my daughter and that her grandparents have to do all transportation, as well as ordered and alcohol evaluation.
On August 11th we had a settlement conference, in which she didn't show up to, stating one of her other children were in the hospital (she has falsely used this excuse before). At the conference the magistrate ordered she has 10 days to show proof of hospital visit.
Three things, final trial is 10/6 so three weeks away.
1) She never showed proof hospital visit
2) She hasn't done the alcohol evaluation
3) Discovery was due on June 10th, she hasn't turned anything in.
We (my lawyer and I) have filed motions to compel, and various other line items, and it seems the court are dragging their feet in ruling on enforcing the motions to compel.
My question is, you get the lawyer answer when I ask my lawyer that you just don't know but I like at least knowing an idea of things, but say she doesn't do any of the above things by 10/6, what punishments could the court in force?