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CAV: Obstruction ordinance not overbroad or vague (access required)

A county ordinance prohibiting hindrance or obstruction of sheriff’s deputies performing their duties was not overbroad or vague, and it was thus a proper basis for the defendant’s conviction on grounds that he fled and hid from officers. Background Loudoun County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at a residence to serve an arrest warrant on Appellant Donald Dravell Robinson. ...