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Providing false documents to U.S. Attorney leads to obstruction conviction (access required)

An individual who received grand jury subpoenas seeking financial records for his companies, and who then provided false records to a United States Attorney, could not argue he intended merely to influence the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and not the grand jury. Instead, because there was a strong likelihood the U.S. Attorney’s office would provide the ...