Introduced Senate Bill (S)

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DIGEST

Resisting law enforcement. Specifies that a person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally fails to comply with the lawful order of a law enforcement officer with authority to direct traffic commits a Class C infraction. (Under current law, a person commits the infraction only if the failure to comply is done "knowingly".) Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally refuses to comply with the lawful order of a law enforcement officer after having been detained based on: (1) probable cause; (2) reasonable suspicion; (3) a warrant; or (4) another court order; commits resisting law enforcement as a Class C misdemeanor. Resisting law enforcement. Specifies that a person who recklessly, knowingly, or intentionally fails to comply with the lawful order of a law enforcement officer with authority to direct traffic commits a Class C infraction. (Under current law, a person commits the infraction only if the failure to comply is done "knowingly".) Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally refuses to comply with the lawful order of a law enforcement officer after having been detained based on: (1) probable cause; (2) reasonable suspicion; (3) a warrant; or (4) another court order; commits resisting law enforcement as a Class C misdemeanor. Makes conforming amendments. ... View more