Obstruction of Justice

Obstruction of Justice is defined as an act through corruption, communication, or force, that interferes with the due process of administering justice. This can range from the destruction of evidence to resisting arrest.


The punishment for obstruction of justice can vary depending on the intent and severity of the crime. The Criminal Record Eraser legal team has worked with many obstructions of justice cases in Oklahoma. We understand the law and know how to produce the best possible outcomes for those we defend. In addition, if you have a charge for obstruction of justice on your record, our attorneys would be able to look into your case and see if it is viable for an expungement. Having this type of charge expunged from your record, could improve your quality of life and provide a second chance for you and your family!


Here are the specific obstructions of justice charges that we work with:

Resisting Arrest

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Resisting arrest is defined as a misdemeanor under Oklahoma law. The penalty for this crime can vary from a $500 fine to 1 year in jail. Resisting arrest can be charged to anyone who provides resistance against an officer, even in many circumstances, where an officer arrests an individual without due cause. In Oklahoma, the rule of thumb is to cooperate with officers, until the arrest is made. If you have been charged with resisting arrest, contact us at The Record Eraser, and we will look at your case and guide you through the process and present your options

Interfering with an Emergency Phone Call

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Preventing or impeding someone from making an emergency 911 phone call is a crime. If a person is threatening to call 911, even if you believe it is unnecessary, it is always best to just allow the phone call to be made. In addition, if you have already committed a crime against an individual, it is still best to let them make the phone call so you don’t get charged for an additional crime.

Destruction of Evidence

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Willfully destroying evidence you know will be asked about in an investigation or needed for a court proceeding, is against the law. By law, it is imperative that all evidence is left alone while an ongoing investigation and/or court proceeding is happening. Destruction of evidence is a misdemeanor and can get you up to 1 year of jail time. If you have been accused of destruction of evidence, it is important to seek legal representation to review your options.

Obstructing an Officer

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When an officer is on duty, and performing his/her job, it is important to stay away from the situation and/or ensure you are cooperating with the officer. You can be charged with obstructing an officer, by even just the words that you use to an officer while he/she is performing their duties. This crime is considered a misdemeanor in Oklahoma

If you or someone you love has been charged with any of these crimes, contact The Criminal Record Eraser today. Our team of experienced attorneys are eager to partner with you and work on providing the best outcome the law has to offer.

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