Destruction or Spoliation of Evidence Can Cause More Problems Than It May Seem to Solve

We have all seen it on television, where a crime is committed and the suspects throw a gun or knife off a bridge into the ocean or a river.  It is portrayed as a characteristic of a prudent criminal to frustrate solving the crime.  This certainly would be so if the police were to pull over the car a minute or two later, but what about when someone is documented (in a police report, i.e.) to have a piece of evidence and then destroys it or damages it.  This office has seen this happen several times.  Click on the following link to read about the consequences.

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