Resisting Arrest or Hindering Police
Interfering with or preventing police from doing their job is an offence in Queensland and New South Wales, and you can be charged with the offence if you resist or hinder police while they are working, or encourage someone else to do so.
The maximum penalty for a conviction is 10 penalty units or imprisonment for up to 12 months.
At Attwood Marshall, our Gold Coast and Brisbane Criminal Lawyers appear daily in courts across Queensland and Northern New South Wales, with a proven track record of successfully defending charges of resisting, hindering or wilfully obstructing a police officer as well as minimising penalties for guilty pleas.
If you have been charged with a criminal or traffic offence, then get prompt advice and a dedicated expert on your side meet our team. With four offices conveniently located at Kingscliff | Coolangatta | Robina | Brisbane, you can also visit us at an office near you or call us on 1800 621 071.