The crime of obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions, refers to the
crime of obstructing prosecutors or other (usually government) officials. Common
law jurisdictions other than the U...
There are many different kinds of obstruction of justice that are covered by
different ... obstruction of criminal investigations, obstruction of state and local law
Sep 19, 2016 ... Obstruction of justice is the crime of interfering with the administration and due
process of the law, including any criminal proceeding or ...
The greater the obstruction of justice the more severe the punishment for
committing ... she would have engaged in criminal obstruction of justice under
18 U.S. Code Chapter 73 - OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE ... against a Federal
judge or Federal law enforcement officer by false claim or slander of title.
Jan 20, 2017 ... The penalties for obstruction of justice vary between jurisdictions and depending
on how serious the obstruction is, but usually...
Obstruction of justice is a criminal offense of interfering with the (1) administration
or process of law, (2) withholding material information or giving false testimony, ...
Aug 4, 2012 ... The quick answer is that the crime of “obstruction of justice” generally requires
some affirmative action, and not merely a failure to assist law ...
The penalties for obstruction of justice vary depending on the specific criminal
actions that were committed. For example, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ...
Jun 11, 2012 ... Penalties for obstruction of justice vary from state to state, and the federal
government. For example, in Virginia Obstruction of Justice is a class ...