The crime of obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions, refers to the
crime of ... was held to be obstruction of justice and led to an enhanced sentence.
Q: What sorts of acts may constitute obstruction of justice? ... the discovery,
apprehension, conviction or punishment of anyone who has committed a crime.
May 12, 2016 ... Since there are so many offenses that can constitute obstruction of justice, the
penalty will vary based on the severity of the offense. Penalties ...
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 ...
2921.32 Obstructing justice. (A) No person, with purpose to hinder the discovery,
apprehension, prosecution, conviction, or punishment of another for crime or to ...
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 ... Can you be charged with obstruction of justice if you don't cooperate with the
police? What about the right to “plead the Fifth?” Get a legal ...
18 U.S. Code Chapter 73 - OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE ... 1505 - Obstruction of
proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees · § 1506 - Theft or ...
Penalties for Canadian Criminal Code offences against the ...