The crime of obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions, refers to the
crime ... Generally, obstruction charges are laid when it is discovered that a
Q: What sorts of acts may constitute obstruction of justice? ... the discovery,
apprehension, conviction or punishment of anyone who has committed a crime.
The penalties for obstruction of justice vary between jurisdictions and depending
on how serious the obstruction is, but usually...
Apr 8, 2015 ... Since there are so many offenses that can constitute obstruction of justice, the
penalty will vary based on the severity of the offense. Penalties ...
Aug 4, 2012 ... When can you be charged with obstruction of justice? ... to Stewart's conviction in
2004 for obstruction of justice, and the related charge of lying ...
The greater the obstruction of justice the more severe the punishment for
committing ... For more information about perjury, see Perjury: Laws and
Obstructing justice under federal and state law is generally defined as ...
Prosecutors may file an obstruction of justice charge when they cannot prove a
Jun 2, 2014 ... Obstruction of justice covers a broad range of criminal charges that can be filed
when a suspect somehow impedes or stands in the way of a ...
2011 FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES MANUAL CHAPTER TWO -
OFFENSE ... Obstruction of Justice (a) Base Offense Level: 14 (b) Specific
Penalties for Canadian Criminal Code offences against the ...