What Must the Prosecution Prove to Show Violation of PC 69?

If one is accused of felony resisting arrest (Penal Code § 69), the prosecution must show that defendant knew another person was an executive officer (i.e. a police officer or sheriff) of the state, county or city and that in resisting, delaying or obstructing his or her arrest, he or she caused physical injury to the officer.  To read a summary of a local case wherein this charge was litigated, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/what-must-the-prosecution-prove-to-show-violation-of-pc 69.html.

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