Pawloski's attorney, Van-Lear Eckert, said it would violate Pawloski's Fifth Amendment right to account for his use of the funds.
Rice held Pawloski in civil contempt of court for not producing the accounting and ordered him incarcerated, but he said he would hold off on that sanction until next month to allow Pawloski to account for his use of the funds in all three cases.
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Metro-east lawyer given more time to account for spending in guardianship, estate cases
Ten Days to Produce Documents