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Evidence Tampering

Tampering with evidence is a serious crime that may involve a wide range of activities, penalties and fines, while each act of alteration, destruction or concealment of evidence is likely to be viewed as a separate offense by prosecutors. Sometimes people may try to modify evidence to protect themselves or a loved one from being convicted of a serious crime. But even if the alterations of that evidence may only seem minor, you can still be charged for tampering and need experienced counsel on your side.

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