Obstruction-of-justice meaning

(law) Intimidating or tampering with a witness or juror to influence their actions.
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The criminal offense of intentionally hindering or interfering with the processes of law.
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Delaying or impeding the timely and orderly administration of the legal system in some way, such as by giving false or misleading information, withholding information from legal authorities, or attempting to influence a witness or a juror. A criminal act in most jurisdictions.
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