Contempt of Court Order In Pennsylvania

As set forth in Weingrad v. Lippy, 300 Pa. Super. 76, 79, 445 A.2d 1306, 1308 (1982), four elements are necessary to support a finding of contempt under section 4131(2): The order or decree must be definite, clear, specific and leave no doubt or uncertainty in the mind of the person to whom it was addressed of the conduct prohibited. The contemnor must have had notice of the specific order or decree; the act constituting the violation must have been volitional; and The contemnor must have acted with wrongful intent.