They can bring him in and put him on the stand again to testify; If he does not, the Judge can hold him in Contempt again and sentence him to more jail time.
It does not sound fair or right , but the Judge has the power to do that and, unfortunately, it is done often. I don't know if that is the case here, but I do not have enough facts to give any other opinion.
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