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Obstruction of Justice

The penalties for obstruction of justice and perjury charges can vary depending on the severity and extent of the crime, and often involve other criminal charges, such as fraud. People charged with these offenses are often unaware they may be committing a crime, so pursuing a defense based on the lack of criminal intent can be an effective strategy in gaining an acquittal. Whether there are stand-alone charges or charges tacked onto other criminal matters, our experienced team is there to represent you with skill and determination.

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