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Obstruction of Justice in Florida
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Florida Obstruction of Justice ChargesThere are numerous ways that one may commit the crime of obstructing justice. Also referred to as “obstruction of justice,” this offense involves an action or inaction done for the purpose or with the end result of hindering law enforcement, prosecutors, courts or other governmental agencies.
Some of these offenses are listed below:There are numerous types of specific offenses that relate to obstructing justice, all listed in Florida Statutes, Chapter 843.
- Resisting an officer
- Neglect or refusal to aid police officers
- Falsely impersonating a police officer
- Escape through negligence or voluntary action of an officer
- Possession of a concealed handcuff key
- Delivering tools to jail to aid in escape
- Failure to appear after release on bail
- Fleeing or attempting to evade law enforcement
- Offenses against police animals
- Unlawful use of police communications
- Depriving the victim of a crime of medical care