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Obstruction of Justice Lawyer in Orlando

Written by:Portrait of Rahul ParikhRahul Parikh
Justice Lawyer in Orlando

Aggressive Defense to Protect You from a Criminal Conviction

Obstruction of justice charges are usually related to fleeing and eluding, resisting officers, or tampering with evidence. All of these charges are very fact-dependent and subjective, meaning that only a skilled defense attorney can help to question the charges and potentially have them reduced, dismissed, or result in a not guilty verdict for your case. We understand that what you are accused of may not always be what actually happened. Parikh Law has handled many criminal cases, and we are prepared to fight for you.

Crime Cases We Handle

While some obstruction of justice charges are treated as misdemeanors with minimal consequences, some are prosecuted as felonies that can cause serious harm to your future. Because the charge is entirely dependent on the accounts of law enforcement officers, it may be possible to challenge them and help you avoid a criminal conviction. At Parikh Law, we can help you tell your side of the story in a compelling way so as to avoid damaging your future.

We can handle charges such as:

  • Accessory after the fact escape
  • Fleeing and eluding
  • Resisting an officer
  • Tampering with a witness and evidence

Your freedom depends on being able to cast doubt on the allegations made by law enforcement. You need a criminal defense lawyer who is not afraid to stand strong in defense of your freedom.

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Award-Winning Criminal Defense Lawyer

As a former prosecutor, Mr. Parikh has knowledge from both sides of the courtroom. Our team knows how to help you get the best chance at a favorable outcome. In cases where a person is charged with resisting arrest—especially with violence—we can request to review bodycam and dashcam footage to see what really happened. Many times, simply arguing the narrative put forward by the prosecution can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case.