Resisting Arrest as a Student

Were you charged with resisting arrest as a student? We can help. Call us today to learn more.

Question:

What can I do if I’m a college student charged with resisting arrest in Connecticut?

Answer:

I recently got a call from a guy, who was a college student in Connecticut and got charged with interference with an officer. This charge is also known as resisting arrest. You get this charge when you do anything at all that interferes with an officer who is either trying to make an arrest, or is talking with people with the possibility of making an arrest. Whether you have nothing to do with the scene or the scenario or you decide to jump in because your friend is getting arrested, you can be charged with this. It is viewed as a serious charge, and it’s a very easy charge to pick up. If this is something you’re dealing with as a college student, give me a call and I can walk you through it and help you out in any way that I can.

Resisting Arrest as a Student


Do you or a loved one attend college in Connecticut and have questions about resisting arrest as a student? Contact the experienced Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyer at Field Law today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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