Obstruction of Justice Case Results

Internal Reference #1164

Facts: On May 22, the defendant was riding a bicycle w/o lights southbound when Detective C(driver) and Detective C(passenger) activated the emergency blue lights and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. As they exited the vehicle (Wearing black tee shirts/vest with yellow Sheriff lettering and logo) they identified themselves as officers at which the defendant fled westbound into oncoming traffic and continued between two closed business. The defendant then bailed off of his bicycle behind one of the stores and attempted to flee on foot when the detectives exited the vehicle. The defendant was ordered to the ground and took a fighting stance while clenching both fists. As the detectives attempted to take the defendant into custody, the defendant swung both arms violently in their direction and struck Detective C in the chest and neck area causing him to fall to the ground and injuring his left leg (cut/abrasion). The defendant continued to resist and tuck his right hand inside of his front waistband of his shorts. Once the defendant was on custody, the defendant refused to answer any questions and requested an attorney.

Charges:

Battery /on Officer or Firefighter

Obstruction with Violence

Obstruction with Violence

Riding Bicycle W/O Lights

Result:

Battery On Law Enforcement Officer – Adjudication Withheld, 2 years probation

Obstruct Officer W/Violence - Dismissed

Riding Bicycle W/O Lights - Dismissed


Internal Reference #6026

Facts: ∆ was passenger in cab. ∆ picked up by cab, once at destination requested, the cab operator requested payment for the services provided. ∆ advised he was going to the ATM to obtain currency. ∆ passed the bank and continued to walk away. Cab operator convinced ∆ to re-enter the cab.

Cab operator then observed a police unit. The operated pulled over and requested assistance. ∆ was asked to exit the cab and provide payment for the services rendered. He refused and stayed in the cab.

Officer then removed ∆ from the cab, at which point he tensed and braced his arms. He was re-directed to the ground where he was placed into handcuffs.

Process:

Charges:

Resisting/obstructing an officer without violence

Petit Theft

Result:

Resisting/obstructing an officer without violence (812.014(3)(A)) – adjudication withheld, pay restitution

Petit Theft (843.02) – adjudication withheld, pay restitution

No jail and no prison time

Click on the following reviews to see what clients are saying about us
Client Reviews
I was charged with Domestic Violence few years ago and I was referred to Roger Foley from a family member! Roger is a BULLDOG! He was great and very aggressive in helping me beat this bogus case. Case was dismissed! He was on top of everything until the end!!
Now again in need of his help and wouldn't go anywhere else!
HIGHLY RECOMMEND
★★★★★
My wife (Mother of Stepson) and I Hired Mr Foley to represent my stepson in a minor criminal case. We would highly recommend as it is obvious to us That Mr Foley Genuinely cares and wants to do the Best he can for you which he did for us. Also has a great rapport with all parties in the courtroom.....
★★★★★
Roger P. Foley got me reinstated. Also he got my COS waived, an got me to still be terminated off of probation on my expected termination date. I feel very comfortable with the decision my lawyer made for me. Also i would refer him to anyone who has a criminal felony or misdemeanor case.
★★★★★
Roger is a very compassionate person, he truly cares about his clients. He helped me with my case and was there for me every step of the way even if it was just reassurance that I needed. I would recommend him to anyone, he is absolutely the best!
★★★★★
I think your firm did a great t job on 3 cases that were 28 years old. The results are better than expected. I truly appreciate the hard work that you and your firm put forth in obtaining the results that we did on this case.
★★★★★