Obstructing a Police Officer?

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Obstruction of a police officer is a catchall phrase. Lots of people are opposed to this particular felony. Supposedly, it refers to willful hindering or delay of law-enforcement officials.
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It is a catchall phrase that allows the officer to do whatever they want to do.
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