Obstruction of Justice
Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer
There are numerous ways in which a defendant may find that he or she is facing criminal charges for the obstruction of justice. Depending on the particular nature of the offense, a defendant may face misdemeanor or felony charges for a violation of this kind. Generally defined, this offense involves a perpetrator who obstructs or attempts to disrupt the actions of law enforcement, criminal court personnel, government agencies, or any other related individual or agency. For example, resisting arrest, hiding evidence, altering evidence, fleeing and eluding are all potential violations that would constitute an obstruction of justice.
If you or someone you know has been accused of obstructing justice in any way, take a moment to contact Miami criminal defense lawyer Michael Mirer today. Mr. Mirer offers a free initial consultation to discuss your case, and he has the experience and knowledge to make an accurate assessment of the matter. In addition to taking on relatively minor violations of this kind such as a non-violent attempt to resist arrest, attorney Mirer also handles serious cases involving perjury, threatening witnesses, injuring or threatening court personnel, and more.
Criminal Attorney for Obstruction of Justice Charges in Miami, Florida
Regardless of the particular criminal charges you may be facing, it is important to involve a criminal attorney as soon as possible. You may be at risk of facing imprisonment in county jail or state prison, along with fines, court fees and the reality of living with a criminal record for the rest of your life. Make sure you have someone on your side during legal proceedings - a professional who can provide you with the support and guidance you deserve as well as the aggressive representation you need to reach the best possible outcome for your case.
Contact us today for a free consultation with Miami criminal attorney Michael Mirer.