Interference With Administration Of Justice

This is Article 6 of the Code of Virginia, titled “Interference With Administration Of Justice.” It is part of Title 18.2, titled “Crimes And Offenses Generally.” It is part of Chapter 10, titled “Crimes Against The Administration Of Justice.” It’s comprised of the following 18 sections.

§ 18.2-460
Obstructing justice; penalty
§ 18.2-460.1
Unlawful disclosure of existence of order authorizing wire or oral interception of communication
§ 18.2-461
Falsely summoning or giving false reports to law-enforcement officials
§ 18.2-462
Concealing or compounding offenses; penalties
§ 18.2-462.1
Use of police radio during commission of crime
§ 18.2-463
Refusal to aid officer in execution of his office
§ 18.2-464
Failure to obey order of conservator of the peace
§ 18.2-465
Officer summoning juror to act impartially
§ 18.2-465.1
Penalizing employee for court appearance or service on jury panel
§ 18.2-466
Corruptly procuring juror to be summoned
§ 18.2-467
Fraud in drawing jurors, etc
§ 18.2-468
Making sound recordings of jury deliberations
§ 18.2-469
Officer refusing, delaying, etc., to execute process for criminal
§ 18.2-470
Extortion by officer
§ 18.2-471
Fraudulent issue of fee bills
§ 18.2-471.1
Destruction of human biological evidence; penalty
§ 18.2-472
False entries or destruction of records by officers
§ 18.2-472.1
Providing false information or failing to provide registration information; penalty; prima facie evidence