A Prairie Grove Obstruction Charge is a serious criminal offense. If yov’ve lied to officers in a police investigation, and this fact comes to light, you can be charged with obstruction of justice. This charge can also be applied if you have destroyed, altered, coonceal, or plant physical evidence pertaining to an ongoing police investigation.
Obstruction of justice charges are often (but not always) aimed at elected government officials such as judges, prosecutors, attorneys general, as individuals in these positions of trust can affect legal cases if they falsify or destroy evidence.
If you have been charged with Praire Grove Obstruction of Justice, contact the Law Office of Franks & Rechenberg, P.C., for an aggressive criminal defense. Call 877-854-7700 today for a free initial consultation.