RULE 7(b) NECESSARY PROVISION IN PLEADINGS RELATING TO SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDINGS AND SHOW CAUSE HEARINGS FOR CONTEMPT (1) In all supplemental proceedings wherein an order is to be issued requiring the personal attendance of a party to be examined in open court, and in orders to show cause for contempt, the order must include substantially the following words in capital letters: YOUR FAILURE TO APPEAR AS ABOVE SET FORTH AT THE TIME, DATE AND PLACE THEREOF WILL CAUSE THE COURT TO ISSUE A BENCH WARRANT FOR YOUR APPREHENSION AND CONFINEMENT IN JAIL UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE MATTER CAN BE HEARD OR UNTIL BAIL IS POSTED. No bench warrant will be issued in such cases for the apprehension of the cited person if such language has been omitted. (2) Orders to show cause for contempt shall be served on the alleged contemnor in the manner of service of a summons and complaint. [Adopted effective June 30, 1993.]
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