Being arrested for Resisting an Officer or resisting arrest in Martin County can be a harrowing experience. Many times people are confused with a situation and the police mistake this confusion for defiance which then leads to an arrest.
Other times individuals are simply expressing their constitutional rights and walking away from an officer and they are arrested and charged. There are many defenses to the charge of Resisting an Officer With Violence or Resisting an Officer Without Violence. I want to speak to you about your Resisting arrest With Violence case or Resisting arrest Without Violence case. View the following penalties facing you or your loved one and contact me today. I want to fight for your rights and provide the personal service you deserve.
- Resisting an Officer Without Violence is a First Degree Misdemeanor and carries a maximum penalty of 1-year in the county jail, 1-year probation, and/or a $1000 fine.
- Resisting an Officer With Violence is a Third Degree Felony and carries a maximum penalty of 5-years in prison, 5-years probation, and/or a $5000 fine.