You personally cannot hold someone in legal contempt. A judge must do that.
Were you represented in the matter? If so, I would contact the attorney who handled your case for advice. Otherwise, you might have to get advice from the court clerk as to how to get another hearing so the judge can help enforce his order.
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More information is needed here. As you are probably aware, the Division of Motor Vehicles will suspend your license upon a probably executed affidavit alleging a refusal to submit to a chemical analysis when an officer had reasonable grounds to request the submission. This suspension is civil in nature, not criminal. Nonetheless, the judge's order may be binding upon the DMV. Was the order reduced to writing? If so, what did it state?Ask a similar question
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