What does Commonwealth law say on “resisting arrest”?
According to Commonwealth law:
“A person commits the crime of resisting arrest if he [or she] knowingly prevents or attempts to prevent a police officer, acting under color…
Tags: Arraignment, Arrest, Assault and Battery, Dismissed, Diversion, Felonies, Felony, Immigration Consequences, Misdemeanor, Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Reckless Conduct, Resisting Arrest, Wanton Conduct
Firstly, legally speaking, what does it mean to have the necessary intent to commit a crime?
For some crimes, the Commonwealth must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that at the time of the offense the defendant intended to do some a…
This post will answer the following legal questions on vandalism:
What does the Commonwealth have to prove in order to convict a defendant of the offense of vandalism?
What does it mean to act “willfully with malice”?
What does it mean…