Bribing Witnesses with Text Messages, Cell Phones and Fake Email Accounts

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In People v. McInnis, the Defendant was convicted of attempted witness bribery. The Defendant attempted to keep witnesses from testifying against the Defendant’s nephew, in the nephew’s trial for robbery and kidnapping. People v. McInnis, 2009 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 9046 (California Unpublished Opinions 2009).

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