Resisting Arrest

DISCLAIMER: ATTORNEY MEDVIN PUBLISHES REAL RESISTING ARREST DEFENSE RESULTS WHICH DEPEND ON A VARIETY OF FACTORS UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. PAST RESULTS CANNOT PREDICT OR GUARANTEE SIMILAR RESULTS IN ANY FUTURE CASES.

Resisting Arrest, Obstruction of Justice, Public Intoxication Charges DROPPED

Alexandria Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Result:Class 1 Misdemeanor charges for Resisting Arrest (Va Law 18.2-460(E)), Obstruction of Justice (Va Law 18.2-460(C)), Dunk in Public (Va Code 18.2-388) charges were ALL DROPPED in exchange to a plea of Not Guilty to a local city ordinance violation for loud conduct. Courthouse: City of Alexandria General District Court […]

Virginia Resisting Arrest Laws & Penalties Explained by Criminal Defense Attorney

Virginia Law: Resisting Arrest Resisting Arrest, a misdemeanor under VA Law 18.2-460(E), is defined as fleeing from an officer while he is attempting to make a lawful, proper arrest of the individual charged. Resisting Arrest is a Class 1 misdemeanor criminal offense in Virginia, which is punishable by up to a year in jail, and […]

Resisting Arrest Misdemeanor in Alexandria Virginia Charges DROPPED

Alexandria, Virginia: Criminal Attorney Case Result Class 1 Misdemeanor Resisting Arrest charge was DROPPED for insufficient evidence. Related Public Intoxication charge resulted in a fine. Virginia Resisting Arrest Laws & Penalties Explained by Criminal Defense Attorney Virginia Drunk in Public / Public Intoxication Laws, Penalties and Defenses

Resisting Arrest in Arlington Virginia NOT GUILTY Trial Verdict

Arlington Virginia Criminal Defense Attorney Trial Result: Ms. Medvin’s trial for Class 1 Misdemeanor Resisting Arrest resulted in a NOT GUILTY verdict. Virginia Resisting Arrest Laws & Penalties Explained by Criminal Defense Attorney

Alexandria Virginia Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest Charges DROPPED

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA ATTORNEY RESULT: Class 1 misdemeanor charges for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest were DROPPED at the first hearing for insufficient evidence. Read more about Disorderly Conduct Law here: Virginia Disorderly Conduct Laws and Defenses § 18.2-415. Disorderly conduct in public places. A person is guilty of disorderly conduct if, with the intent to […]

4 Federal Charges DISMISSED: Fleeing to Elude Police, Resisting Arrest with plea to DWI in Alexandria Virginia

ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY CASE RESULT: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in Alexandria: 5 out of 6 Federal criminal charges were DISMISSED immediately, including Fleeing to Elude Police and Resisting Arrest with a plea to the drunk driving charge – 2nd DUI / DWI in 5 years. Instead of […]