Wisconsin Perjury and Obstruction of Justice Lawyers
In order for criminal trials and investigations to be able to effectively proceed, it is critical that witnesses and others involved in an investigation be held accountable for their testimony and actions. As such, it is a criminal offense to knowingly make false statements to police investigators or in a court of law, as well as committing any other acts which may impede a criminal investigation. Unfortunately, this can often leave individuals facing serious criminal charges.
If you or someone you know has been accused of perjury or obstruction of justice, you need the assistance of a qualified defense attorney to protect you against these damaging charges. Contact a Wisconsin perjury lawyer of Hart Powell, S.C. today by calling (414) 271-9595 to speak with an experienced member of our professional legal staff about your case and learn more about how you can fight these allegations.
Our Practice Areas
Perjury and obstruction of justice may occur in a variety of different ways. At Hart Powell, S.C., we have the knowledge and experience necessary to represent clients in many cases including:
- Making false statements under oath
- Knowingly signing documents containing false information
- Tampering with or hiding evidence
- Threatening those involved in a criminal investigation
- Bribing witnesses
These and other actions may constitute perjury or obstruction of justice and can have serious consequences for those who are accused of committing them.
If you or someone you know has been charged with perjury or obstruction of justice, we can help you protect yourself. Contact the Wisconsin obstruction of justice attorneys of Hart Powell, S.C. at (414) 271-9595 today to discuss your case with an experienced legal professional and begin developing your defense.
Written by Michael Hart & Craig PowellLast Updated : January 18, 2016