Firm News
February 21, 2019

What constitutes witness intimidation?

Tim Doherty explains

Tim Doherty answers the Burlington Free Press' questions on what constitutes witness intimidation.

In a February 21, 2019 Burlington Free Press article, Litigation attorney Tim Doherty explains what witness intimidation is, how the courts determine whether conduct violated the law, and the penalty for witness intimidation. 

Read the full particle on the Burlington Free Press website.


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