obstruction of justice

  1. impeding those who seek justice in a court (as by trying to influence or intimidate any juror or witness or officer of the court); can result in a finding of contempt of court
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How To Use obstruction of justice In A Sentence

  • She went to jail for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and making false statements.
  • Kane could be charged with obstruction of justice for refusing to cooperate with authorities.
  • Barai and Longueuil were also charged with obstruction of justice for allegedly attempting to destroy evidence following media reports in November, 2010 about the insider-trading investigation.
  • Surely withholding evidence is obstruction of justice or contempt of court? Times, Sunday Times
  • He seems to be echoing one of the latest GOP talking points that Fitzgerald should only indict on the original charge of a possible criminal breach of the 1982 law prohibiting the revealing CIA agents 'identities rather than on the "mushier" kinds of indictments for perjury, obstruction of justice or revealing classified information ... Fantasies of an Honest Opponent Hinder Liberal Response to Republican Machine
  • The potential perjury obstruction of justice and suborning a witness is a sideshow?
  • Ms. Khan pleaded guilty to securities fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice, and is awaiting sentencing.
  • He will also have to serve time for obstruction of justice for carrying boxes out of the back door of his office. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was about obstruction of justice, subornation of perjury, witness tampering.
  • Yet on the second day of his trial this week, he admitted charges of mail fraud and obstruction of justice. Times, Sunday Times
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