Crimes Against Police & State
Usually, crimes happen between private parties. People fight, they steal from each other, they neglect each other. Sometime, however, people commit crimes against the police or the State, such as:
- Assault against a police officer
- Resisting arrest
- False statements
- Obstruction of justice
- Welfare fraud
And there are far more than those just listed. As so often happens when crimes hit close to home, the State takes these crimes very seriously and forcefully prosecutes them. Unfortunately, many times charges such as false statements and obstruction of justice are used as leverage to make people talk or give up family members who are engaging in criminal activity. Even resisting arrest is often misused by police officers.
Have You Been Charged with a Crime Against the Police or the State? If so, Contact Brown Law.
If you have been charged with a crime against the police or the State, you need an experienced Utah criminal defense attorney’s help. The Brown Law team will attack the State’s case however possible in order to protect your liberty and keep you free. Call today: 801.685.9999 or 800.299.1016.