An offence is committed by any person if he intentionally obstructs a person subject to service law1 acting in the course of that person's duty, and he knows or has reasonable cause to believe that person is subject to service law2. A person guilty of such an offence3 is liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding the relevant maximum4, or to a fine, or to both5.
An offence is committed by a person who in the United Kingdom or elsewhere, by any means (1) procures or persuades, or attempts to procure or persuade, a member of
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