Define obstruction of justice
The American legal system is a massive and complex organization with different levels of authority and duties. Police, lawyers, judges, and government officials all contribute to providing and enforcing justice.
Answer and Explanation:
Obstruction of justice is any act that defies or counteracts a legal process. Most typically, it refers to a courtroom process that has been...
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This lesson will give you an understanding of the crime of obstruction of justice. You will learn the definition, understand the punishment for the crime, and read examples from a law enforcement perspective as well as a judicial perspective.