Federal Obstruction laws

Title 18 Ch. 73 Obstruction of Justice laws

Penalties of 20 yrs in federal prison if a person tries to obstruct or interfere with someone's federal lawsuit.

§ 1505. Obstruction of proceedings before departments, agencies, and committees

§ 1512. (b) Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant

The penalties for hiding evidence, altering evidence or submitting false evidence is 20 yrs in federal prison.

§ 1519. Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations


Laws on Internet and phone harassment

Threatening to harm someone over the Internet is 5 years in prison.

§ 875: Internet threats

Cyberbullying laws

Federal stalking laws

Internet Criminal Impersonation Law


Phone spoofing laws

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Internet Lawsuits

The way to address serious harassment over the Internet is to take it into court, not to get back at anyone.

Family Seeks $1.1 Million in Cyberbullying Lawsuit

Internet insurance

Family sues after online bullying causes suicide

Parents fight cyberbullying with lawsuit



Other Federal rules and laws

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

US Constitution

Title 18, Pt I, Chapter 119 - 121

TITLE 18, Ch 1, SECTION 4: MISPRISION OF FELONY  A witness to a serious crime must report it

TITLE 42 , CHAPTER 21, § 1983. Civil action for deprivation of rights




A person who harasses people will always harm his own situation more than anyone else. 

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