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Criminal – A&B On Officer – Self-Defense – Probable Cause (access required)

Even if police did not have probable cause to arrest defendant for disorderly conduct, they did have probable cause to arrest him for public intoxication and he therefore was not entitled to resist arrest; the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction for assault and battery on a law enforcement officer. Defendant was convicted of public ...

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