Q: My wife was charged with obstruction of Justice for not telling law enforcement where a relative was at he wasn't at her
House. Can she be charged with a felony or a misdemeanor
A: The short answer is anyone can be charged at any time for nearly anything as long as there's probable cause. The better question is can she be convicted of the crime for which she's being charged. That depends on the evidence that's available. An attorney needs to review the case and help make that determination. There are no guarantees. You need to consult an attorney in your area. Good luck.
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