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Hutchinson v. Bruyere

Justia Opinion Summary

In 2012, the district court issued a judgment establishing shared parental rights and responsibilities and shared primary physical residence of the child of Flint Hutchinson and Christina Bruyere. One year later, Hutchinson filed a motion to modify and a motion for contempt, asserting that Bruyere violated the judgment. The court granted Hutchinson's motions in part and denied them in part. Hutchinson appealed, arguing that the record did not support the court's decision on his motions and that his attorney did not adequately represent him at the motion hearing. The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal without addressing the merits of Hutchinson's arguments because Hutchinson failed to comply with the basic requirements applicable to the submission of a proper record and index.


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