Best Answer

If you are lucky you will get probation/

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2013-06-18 21:09:50
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides

Who was the third President of the United States

What are the restrictive powers

Which amendment set the minimum age for voting in a national election

What is the length of a presidential term

See all cards
8 Reviews

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the sentencing for tampering with evidence in Ohio?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

Is tampering with evidence a crime?

Yes, intentional tampering with evidence is a crime anywhere

What is an example sentence for tampering?

The case was adjourned because someone had been tampering with the evidence.

Why is evidence of racial disparity in sentencing not necessarily evidence of racial discrimination in sentencing. Examples of sentencing in cases such as sexual assault and drug offenses?

you gtotta beat off

What is felony DUI and sentencing in Ohio?

Felony DUI in Ohio is after the 4th offense.

Can you give a sentence that has the word visible?

There was no visible evidence of tampering.

What class is an tampering with physical evidence in Texas?

class 3

What is the Maximum sentence for tampering with evidence?

you can get up to 10 years in prison!

Is tampering with evidence a felony?

Yes...Evidence tampering really such a big crime. We should not ignore it and govt should be made a hard law for this crim. I want to share a link that will show evidence tampering by frisco texas police department.

Whom or where can one report court employees altering covering up tampering with court evidence record?

Check with the Clerk's Office of that court, or notify police or sheriff's office. Tampering with evidence is a crime.

In Texas what is the statute of limitation on perjury or aggravated perjury or tampering with physical evidence or tampering with governmental record?

If, by your committing perjury, tampering with evidence, or tampering/altering a government document, you changed the outcome of the legal proceeding and caused a 'gross miscarriage of justice' (i.e.- caused a guilty party to be acquited, or an innocent party to be convicted) there are no statutory limitations on your culpability.

What could cause evidence to be inadmissible in court?

Tampering, bad chain of custody

What is the police charge for tampering with evidence?

The answer may vary dopending on certain things.

People also asked