46-4-302. Penalty for failure to appear or obey. (1) A person who, without just cause, fails to obey a subpoena served under this part is punishable for contempt of court.
(2) (a) A person who, after being granted immunity under 46-4-305, refuses to give testimony or produce evidence under this part must be brought without unnecessary delay before the judge issuing the subpoena or, in that judge's absence or inability to act, before the nearest or most accessible judge, who shall inform the person:
(i) of the contents and requirements of the subpoena;
(ii) that the person has been granted immunity and may not be excused from testifying or producing evidence on the grounds that the testimony may incriminate the person; and
(iii) that a refusal to testify or produce evidence as commanded in the subpoena is punishable as a contempt of court under Title 3, chapter 1, part 5.
(b) In the presence of the judge, the person must be examined by the prosecutor or produce evidence as commanded in the subpoena.
(c) A refusal to testify or produce evidence may be punished as a contempt under Title 3, chapter 1, part 5.