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Written threats sufficient for obstruction convictions (access required)

Where a search of appellant’s jail cell revealed his notes, which included threats to a woman he was charged with sexually assaulting and two investigators, this was sufficient evidence to sustain three convictions of obstructing justice. Overview Appellant was arrested and jailed pending trial on sex crimes based on complaints by R.M., his minor sister-in-law. Mays was housed ...