interfere with the law

interfere with the law

verb bar to investigation, become an obstacle to prosecutors, block prosecution, counteract the smooth prosecution of the law, countervail instructions, disturb a prosecution, hamper prosecution, handicap prosecution, hinder prosecution, impede proseeution, infringe on a prosecution, inhibit prosecution, interrupt a prosecution, meddle in a prosecution, obstruct a prosecution, prevent a prosecution, prohibit an ongoing prosecution, retard an investigation, stop an investigation, thwart a criminal investigation, work at cross-purposes with an investigation
Associated concepts: consent necessity, law enforcement, self defense
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But we cannot interfere with the law and can only offer assistance, legal or otherwise.
Judge Neil Bidder QC told him trying to interfere with the law in such a way almost always ended in a jail sentence.
He said it wasn't true he tried to interfere with the law by making up a story for the police with a parishioner who showed him pornography on the vicarage computer.
We never normally seek to interfere with the laws of any country.
The agreement is also "mindful of the laws and constitution of Kuwait as its application does not interfere with the laws of the land, and its application is currently left open for every nation to make its own interpretation.
In August, the agency said it wouldn't interfere with the laws in Colorado and Washington, which regulate the growth and sale of taxed pot for recreational use.