Form 22 "Show Cause Order, Notice and Instructions to the Clerk" - Ohio

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  • Released on July 1, 2013;
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Download Form 22 "Show Cause Order, Notice and Instructions to the Clerk" - Ohio

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IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Division
COUNTY, OHIO
IN THE MATTER OF:
A Minor
:
Name
:
Case No.
:
Street Address
:
:
Judge
City, State and Zip Code
:
:
Plaintiff/Petitioner
:
Magistrate
:
:
vs./and
:
:
Name
:
:
Street Address
:
:
City, State and Zip Code
:
:
Defendant/Petitioner
Instructions: This form is used to bring the other party to Court to defend his/her failure to follow the court order. A Motion
for Contempt and Affidavit (Uniform Domestic Relations Form 21) must be filed with this order.
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
TO:
TO:
PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER
DEFENDANT/PETITIONER
You are hereby ORDERED to appear and show cause why you should not be held in contempt for failure to
obey the court order as described in the Motion you are now receiving.
Supreme Court of Ohio
Uniform Domestic Relations Form – 22
Uniform Juvenile Form – 4
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46
Effective Date: 7/1/2013
Page 1 of 3
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Division
COUNTY, OHIO
IN THE MATTER OF:
A Minor
:
Name
:
Case No.
:
Street Address
:
:
Judge
City, State and Zip Code
:
:
Plaintiff/Petitioner
:
Magistrate
:
:
vs./and
:
:
Name
:
:
Street Address
:
:
City, State and Zip Code
:
:
Defendant/Petitioner
Instructions: This form is used to bring the other party to Court to defend his/her failure to follow the court order. A Motion
for Contempt and Affidavit (Uniform Domestic Relations Form 21) must be filed with this order.
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
TO:
TO:
PLAINTIFF/PETITIONER
DEFENDANT/PETITIONER
You are hereby ORDERED to appear and show cause why you should not be held in contempt for failure to
obey the court order as described in the Motion you are now receiving.
Supreme Court of Ohio
Uniform Domestic Relations Form – 22
Uniform Juvenile Form – 4
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46
Effective Date: 7/1/2013
Page 1 of 3
COURT
(The Court will complete this part.)
You are ORDERED to appear in the
County Common Pleas Court
Division, in Courtroom
located at
on
at
o’clock and show cause why you
should not be held in contempt of this Court.
NOTICE
1,
Failure to appear as ordered may result in the issuance of a bench warrant for an immediate arrest.
2.
Failure to appear may result in an immediate income withholding or deduction.
3.
You have the right to be represented by an attorney.
4.
If you cannot afford an attorney, you must apply for a public defender or appointed counsel, as
appropriate, within three business days after receipt of this show cause order.
5.
A continuance may not be granted to obtain counsel if you have made no good faith effort to secure one.
6.
If found guilty, you may be sentenced as follows:
a.
First offense – a fine of not more than $250.00 and/or a definite term of imprisonment of not more than
thirty days in jail or both.
b.
Second offense – a fine of not more than $500.00 and/or a definite term of imprisonment of not more
than sixty days in jail or both.
c.
Third offense – a fine of not more than $1,000.00 and/or a definite term of imprisonment of not more
than ninety days in jail or both.
7.
The court may grant you limited driving privileges under 4510.021 of the Revised Code if your driver’s
license was suspended based on a notice issued by a child support enforcement agency because you
are in default under a child support order or you have failed to comply with a subpoena or warrant issued
by a court or agency with respect to a proceeding to enforce a child support order. You must request
limited driving privileges and your request must be accompanied by a recent copy of your driver’s
abstract driving record from the registrar of motor vehicles.
JUDGE/MAGISTRATE
Supreme Court of Ohio
Uniform Domestic Relations Form – 22
Uniform Juvenile Form – 4
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46
Effective Date: 7/1/2013
Page 2 of 3
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
You are directed to serve this Order along with the Motion for Contempt and Affidavit to the
Defendant/Petitioner or
Plaintiff/Petitioner by:
Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested
Issuance to Sheriff of
County, Ohio for
Personal or
Residence service
Other (specify)
Your Signature
1
Print Form
Supreme Court of Ohio
Uniform Domestic Relations Form – 22
Uniform Juvenile Form – 4
SHOW CAUSE ORDER, NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERK
Approved under Ohio Civil Rule 84 and Ohio Juvenile Rule 46
Effective Date: 7/1/2013
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