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Lying to officer, without more, not obstruction (access required)

Mere lying to a police officer when he is investigating an accident does not constitute obstruction of justice, the Virginia Court of Appeals has ruled. While a man initially may have told investigating officers that his truck was stolen and that his son was not at his house, when in fact the son was there and ...