Aggressive South Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

There are many ways in which a defendant may find that he/she is facing criminal charges for obstruction of justice. Obstruction of justice is an offense which involves a perpetrator who disrupts the actions of law enforcement, courts, prosecutors or other governmental agencies. There are numerous types of specific offenses that relate to the obstruction of justice, all listed in Florida Statutes, Chapter 843. The following are some of these particular offenses:

  • Resisting an officer
  • Neglect or refusal to aid police officers
  • Delivering tools to jail to aid in escape
  • Failure to appear after release on bail
  • Falsely impersonating a police officer
  • Fleeing or attempting to evade law enforcement
  • Escape through negligence or voluntary action of an officer
  • Depriving the victim of a crime of medical care
  • Offenses against police animals
  • Unlawful use of police communications
  • Possession of a concealed handcuff key

Penalties for Obstruction of Justice

If a person is convicted of Obstruction of Justice he/she may be at risk of facing the following penalties:

  • Imprisonment in county jail or state prison
  • Fines
  • Court fees

It is a serious matter to be accused of any type of criminal offense. Your freedom and your future are both at stake. Time is of the essence. Even if you have not been formally charged with a crime, attorney Hernandez can intercede and work to protect your rights. Involving an attorney as early in the process as possible is important if you are to have the best opportunity of successfully fighting your charges and avoiding a conviction. Mr. Hernandez is a formidable ally to have in your corner. Due to the difficulty of the cases and the probable sentences that attach, it is essential that you contact Mr. Hernandez. With his extensive knowledge of the legal system, attorney Hernandez will provide you with the most aggressive and knowledgeable legal representation possible in the face of your obstruction of justice charges. 

For more information and your free consultation contact attorney Armando Hernandez today at 305-442-2590.