Tetyana Kimber was found to be in contempt of court for her failures to appear. She will be allowed to purge her contempt by obeying all further order of the court.
Bill Schmalfeldt was found not to be in contempt for his recording of the court audio because of what the judge views as a hole in the law. He said that he has learned a lesson and will tighten up future orders allowing remote testimony.
The Kimberlins and I have finished our closing statements. Judge Hecker has taken the case under advisement and has said he will issue his ruling at 1:30 pm tomorrow.
UPDATE—Apparently, a copy of the “written testimony” the Cabin Boy™ published made its way to the Clerk’s Office, was docketed, and was forwarded to Judge Hecker. I asked that it be admitted into evidence as a statement against interest by Schmalfeldt.