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: