Misdemeanor Resisting Arrest
Resisting arrest occurs when one uses or threatens to use physical force or violence or any other means that can cause harm to a peace officer or prevents or attempts to prevent the making of an arrest. Although often closely related to cases involving obstructing a peace officer, the two are distinct and different offenses.
Resisting arrest is a Class 2 misdemeanor.
Click below to read the official Colorado statutory definitions for this offense:
Resisting Arrest (18-8-103)
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