Battery On A Law Enforcement Officer & Resisting Arrest
Chris Abdoney represents people who have been arrested for resisting arrest without violence, resisting arrest with violence, and battery on a law enforcement officer. Resisting arrest can be anything from turning away from an officer while he is trying to take you into custody to giving a law enforcement officer bad information during an investigation. Resisting arrest with violence usually involves some type of scuffle during an arrest. Battery on a law enforcement officer is when a person intentionally touches or strikes an individual who is known to be a law enforcement officer without that person’s permission and against their will. If you or someone you know has been charged with one of these crimes, call Chris, an experienced criminal defense attorney, about your legal rights.