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Public Prosecution: Imprisonment is a penalty for concealing evidence of crime
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The State Public Prosecution clarified, through a tweet published today, on its accounts on social media, the penalty for concealing evidence of the crime

The State Public Prosecution clarified, through a tweet published today, on its accounts on social media, the penalty for concealing evidence of the crime with the intent of misleading the judiciary, the investigation authority or the collection of evidence.

The Public Prosecution indicated that according to Article 315 of Federal Decree-Law No. 31 of 2021 promulgating the Crimes and Penalties Law, anyone who changes the status of persons, places or things, conceals evidence of the crime or provides false information related to it knowing that it is incorrect, with the intention of misleading the judiciary, shall be punished by imprisonment. or the authority to investigate or collect inferences.

The dissemination of this information comes within the framework of the State Public Prosecution’s ongoing campaign to enhance the legal culture among members of society, publish all the new and updated legislation in the country, and raise the level of public awareness of the law, with the aim of spreading the culture of law as a way of life.