Ms. Johnson’s client was accused of contempt of court for not paying child support that had been ordered. However, that child support order was issued on the belief that client could work in his professional capacity as a professional dancer. Medical problems demanded that Ms. Johnson’s client have hip replacement surgery. He could no longer participate in his former career. Nevertheless, the prosecutor pursued a contempt case against Ms. Johnson’s client. A win for the prosecutor would mean Ms. Johnson’s client would be subject to six months of jail. Once presented with Ms. Johnson’s evidence, the Judge agreed with Ms. Johnson and dismissed the prosecutor’s claim of contempt.