resisting arrest

“Get your f**king hands behind your back,” a Clay County highway patrolman shouted at Robert Morton before throwing him to the ground.
Video shows an officer repeatedly punching 20-year-old Emily Weinman in the head during an arrest in Wildwood, New Jersey.
In a society that loves to blame the victim I have no choice but to err on the side of my safety. I'm not saying all bored cops are bad cops but why would I take the chance?
DelRea Good was concerned for her safety when Marshall signaled for her to pull over. Good did exactly what Hughes had recommended just two years prior. And yet, she's now facing a felony charge, all for worrying about her safety as a single woman late at night.
How does a citizen protect himself against a police officer's tendency to shoot first and ask questions later, oftentimes based only on their highly subjective "feeling" of being threatened? The short answer is you can't.
To begin with, and most importantly, Americans need to know their rights when it comes to interactions with the police, bearing in mind that many law enforcement officials are largely ignorant of the law themselves.
What exactly constitutes resisting an arrest? Do Americans really have any recourse at all when it comes to obeying an order from a police officer, even if it's just to ask a question or assert one's rights, or should we just "surrender quietly"?
Despite the handcuffs, Cole continued to kick the trooper, who warned him to calm down or else he would use pepper spray
And a report obtained by The Smoking Gun explains: Watson also used profane language, at one point allegedly telling an approaching
Amit A. Patel, 31, was approached by police trying to clear loiterers from Olive Park at 8:11 p.m. Wednesday, police News
On Thursday afternoon, Zachary Keilman, 18, of Rensselaer, Ind., walked into the Lowell State Police building and told police
Womack swung the sword defensively when Rayner approached, but dropped the sword at his order, the Sun-Times reports. State
Anyone who has any information regarding the incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. All calls are confidential
University officials, campus police and Corry Village apartment managers held two meetings Wednesday with about 75 residents