Intimidating a Witness

It is criminal offence for someone to intimidate a witness, jurors or other persons involved in legal proceedings or an investigation.

There is a separate stand alone offence under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 which specifically makes it offence to intimate a witness, juror or other person.

PERVERTING THE COURTS OF JUSTICE
It is also possible to be charged with perverting the course of justice for intimating a witnesses or alternatively a judge could find someone who has intimidated a witness, juror or other person to be in contempt of Court.

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At Old Bailey Solicitors we defend the full range of criminal offences. If you are charged with intimidating a witness or perverting the course of justice please contact us for expert criminal defence advice.

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