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Obstruction Of Justice Charges

Individuals throughout Georgia turn to Hirsch Criminal Defense, located in Atlanta, when they need strong, aggressive defense against criminal disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice charges.

Disorderly Conduct — A Subjective Crime

In Georgia, disorderly conduct is a misdemeanor. Charges can arise from behavior that is violent or tumultuous or creates a reasonable fear of injury to person or property. Disorderly conduct charges can also be brought for using “fighting words,” or abusive or profane language that breaches the peace and incites violence. These laws are highly subjective. Often, police officers interpret the law broadly and charge individuals with disorderly conduct under debatable circumstances.

If convicted of a misdemeanor, you face fines, possible jail time and a permanent mark on your criminal record.

Attorney Matt Hirsch closely examines the circumstances surrounding your disorderly conduct charges. If police officers were too liberal in bringing the charge, or the situation giving rise to the charges is questionable, he will fight to have the charges dropped and the case dismissed.

Georgia Obstruction Of Justice Charges

In Georgia, obstruction of justice is a broad crime that encompasses many types of behavior law enforcement finds disagreeable, including:

  • Resisting arrest
  • Interfering with, or hindering, police investigation or duties
  • Violence against a police officer
  • Giving false testimony
  • Disobeying any orders from a police officer
  • Destroying or hiding evidence
  • Influencing witnesses or jurors

Depending on the circumstances, the crime may be charged as a misdemeanor or felony.

If you are convicted of misdemeanor obstruction of justice, you are facing fines and possible jail time. Felony convictions carry steeper fines and up to five years in prison. Even after serving your time, you will have a permanent criminal record. Convicted felons are stripped of their right to vote and possess a firearm.

Attorney Hirsch is a serious criminal defense attorney. He has extensive experience defending clients in court. He is aggressive and stands firm in his defense strategy.

When Experience Counts, Count On Matt Hirsch

When the evidence against you is subjective, choose an experienced lawyer who can protect your interests. Contact Hirsch Criminal Defense today at 404-919-7096.