Obstruction, Disorderly Conduct, and Resisting Arrest Charge Dismissed in the Kent County District Court on October 25th, 2022
(1) OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER IN THE EXECUTION OF HIS DUTY
(2) DISORDERLY CONDUCT
(3) RESISTING ARREST
Attorney Nicholas Parrillo with Marin and Barrett, Inc., are happy to report another great outcome for a recent client. The police were called to a dispute between two neighbors in Washington County and arrived to find out client intoxicated and confrontational. After a brief struggle she was arrested, charged and released to appear with a court date.
Our client hired us on the spot and made it known to us immediately that their career was of the utmost importance and that they could not find out. I am effort to dispose of the case prior to the first court date, the attorneys at staff here undertook to conduct an expedited investigation, including speaking with client, witnesses, and the police involved. Based on the entirety of the circumstances we were able to reach a resolution with the police department that resolved the matter without it ever having to reach court. This protected our client's career and prevented what could have been a catastrophic mistake from interfering with the rest of their life.
RESULT: ALL CHARGES DISMISSED in the Kent County District Court on October 25th, 2022
Practice area(s): Criminal Defense
Court: Kent County District Court