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Supreme Court says restrained defendant could not be convicted of resisting arrest

A man who was arrested, handcuffed and surrounded by police could not be convicted of resisting arrest although he struggled with and spit at officers on the way to the patrol car, according to the Supreme Court of Missouri. “[The defendant’s] arrest was already effected, and he was in police custody by the time any resistance ...
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