Obstructing a Peace Officer
Obstructing a peace officer occurs when a peace officer, firefighter, emergency medical services provider, rescue specialist or volunteer is prevented from or is interfered with during the performance of lawful duties. Obstruction can involve the use or threatened use of physical force, interference, or other acts. Although often related to cases involving resisting arrest, the two are distinct and separate offenses.
Obstructing a peace officer is a Class 2 misdemeanor.
Click below to read the official Colorado statutory definitions for this offense:
Obstructing a Peace Officer (18-3-104)
Criminal Defense Attorney Alexander Garlin has experience in providing criminal defense of obstructing a peace officer and related criminal charges. Whether you contact Garlin Driscoll, LLC, or other qualified attorneys, we recommend that you do so without delay so that you can better understand your circumstances, and thereby promote informed decision making that could significantly improve the ultimate outcome of your case.
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