61. The judge who is to rule on a contempt of court allegation must not be the judge before whom it was allegedly committed, unless the matter must be ruled on without delay. The person charged with contempt of court cannot be compelled to testify.
The proof submitted to establish contempt of court must be beyond a reasonable doubt.
If the judgment finds that contempt of court was committed, it must state the sanction imposed and set out the facts on which the finding of contempt is based.