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Criminal – Obstruction Of Justice – Partier’s Interference (access required)

A Halloween reveler who placed himself between the homeowner and police who were responding to a noise complaint and then advised the homeowner to extinguish a large bonfire because of a statewide ban can be convicted of obstruction of justice for refusing to respond to repeated requests that he step away, and then lunged toward ...

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