It is true that by holding me up and obstructing
my message, you may bring about the evil you seek, but unless that word is cabled back to New York, and my senders believe that my message has been delivered, there can be no certainty.
In this was to be found the basis of the wise system, by tooth and nail upheld by the Circumlocution Office, of warning every ingenious British subject to be ingenious at his peril: of harassing him, obstructing
him, inviting robbers (by making his remedy uncertain, and expensive) to plunder him, and at the best of confiscating his property after a short term of enjoyment, as though invention were on a par with felony.
On the contrary, you'll have to answer, gentlemen, for violently obstructing
the course of justice.
BEN Stokes was given out obstructing
the field in England's Royal London Series one-day international against Australia at Lord's.
Andrew Gibson, 37, of Woodhouse Road, Guisborough, fined PS110 and ordered to pay PS105 costs for obstructing
a police officer.
A POLICE officer accused of being drunk and disorderly has also been charged with attempting to resist arrest and obstructing
police, Scotland Yard said.
AN initiative aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of obstructing
the Metro doors has won an industry accolade.
Prosecutors in November charged 51-year-old Michael McVey with felony counts of tampering with evidence and obstructing
justice, and misdemeanor counts of falsification and obstructing
He also urged the public not to stop or reduce their speed when they encounter a traffic accident, even if they are on the opposite side of the road, in order to avoid obstructing
other road users who wish to continue on their way, stressing that such behaviour causes traffic congestion and even more accidents.
Supt Michael McVey has been charged with tampering with evidence and two counts of obstructing
Inspector Nick Evans said: "When they abandon their cars on pavements or grass verges they not only obstruct the free flow of traffic on a very busy road, but more worryingly they cause a hazard obstructing
other motorists' view and obstruct pedestrians' right of way which could lead to a collision and injury.
During a four-day trial the court heard that on the night of the deportation warrant execution, Mack had used a bike lock to chain himself to the undercarriage of a UK Border Agency van, while Jarvis yelled profanity in the street - both obstructing