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Criminal Practice –  Obstruction of Justice – Felony – Deceit – Sexual Abuse (access required)

  The state presented sufficient evidence that defendant acted with deceit and an intent to defraud so as to elevate her offense of obstruction of justice from a misdemeanor to a felony. For example, although defendant said she believed some of what her daughter said about being sexually abused—but not that defendant’s husband had committed the ...

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