Obstruction of Legal Process in Minneapolis, MN
Have you been accused of obstructing the legal process in Minneapolis, MN? Brandt Criminal Defense can help. Hiring a criminal defense attorney is the best move you can make if you are accused of such a crime. Obstructing legal process relates to intentionally interfering with an arrest, legal process – civil or criminal, interfering with a peace officer in performance of his/her official duties, or any other act which interferes with a firefighter or ambulance in performance of their official duties.
The criminal attorneys at our firm will thoroughly investigate your case and work with you to craft the best possible defense. We leave no stone unturned and will confidently tackle your case from start to finish.
Obstructing the Legal Process charges range from misdemeanors to felonies. The consequences associated with obstructing legal process are as follows:
- If the person committing the act knew that there was a risk of death, substantial bodily harm, or serious property damage the maximum penalty is up to a $10,000 fine and / or 5 years in prison
- If the act was accompanied by violence but is less serious the maximum penalty is a $3,000 fine and / or 1 year in prison
- In all other cases the maximum penalty is 90 days in jail and / or $1000 in fines
Our team will aggressively handle your case. With over 30 years of experience we know when to negotiate and when to litigate to get you the best result possible.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation at 763-421-6366.