FSS 843

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FSS 843
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2015-09-15 01:31:04
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OBSTRUCTING JUSTICE
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  1. Whoever shall resist, obstruct, or oppose any officer as defined
    Obstruction w/o violence
  2. Resisting officer without violence is what degree offense?
    misdemeanor of the first degree
  3. What Florida Statue is Resisting w/out Violence?
    843.02
  4. Define Resisting With Violence
    Knowingly and willfully resists, obstructs or oppose any officer by doing violence
  5. What Florida State Statue is Resisting w/Violence
    843.01
  6. Resisting W/Violence is what degree offense?
    Felony in third degree
  7. Any person who possesses a concealed handcuff key commits?
    felony of the third degree
  8. Depriving officer of means of protection or communication is what degree?
    Felony of the third degree
  9. TRUE OR FALSE
    It is a defense to a charge of violating this section that, immediately upon being placed in custody, the person in custody actually and effectively disclosed to the law enforcement officer that he or she was in possession of a concealed handcuff key.
    True
  10. Obstruction by disguised person.—Whoever in any manner disguises himself or herself with intent to obstruct the due execution of the law, or with the intent to intimidate, hinder, or interrupt any officer
    misdemeanor of the first degree
  11. Refusing to assist prison officers in arresting escaped convicts-
    misdemeanor of the first degree,
  12. Whoever obstructs, resists, or opposes a timber agent in the discharge of her or his duties, or attempts so to do
    misdemeanor of the second degree
  13. Whomever neglects or refuses to assist an officer in the execution of his or her office in a criminal case, or in the preservation of the peace, or the apprehending or securing of any person for a breach of the peace, or in case of the rescue or escape of a person arrested upon civil process
    a misdemeanor of the second degree
  14. False personation.—A person who falsely assumes or pretends to be a firefighter, sheriff, officer of the Florida Highway Patrol
    commits a felony of the third degree
  15. A person who falsely impersonates an officer during the course of the commission of a felony
    a felony of the second degree
  16. If the commission of the felony results in the death or personal injury of another human being while falsely impersonating an officer
    a felony of the first degree
  17. It is unlawful for a person to use in or on any nongovernmentally owned vehicle or vessel any flashing or rotating blue light unless such person is a law enforcement office
    commits a misdemeanor of the first degree
  18. A person who simulates legal process, including, but not limited to, actions affecting title to real estate or personal property, indictments, subpoenas, warrants, injunctions, liens, orders, judgments, or any legal documents or proceedings, knowing or having reason to know the contents of any such documents or proceedings or the basis for any action to be fraudulent
    a felony of the third degree
  19. A person who falsely under color of law attempts in any way to influence, intimidate, harass, retaliate against, or hinder a public officer or employee involving the discharge of his or her official duties by means of, but not limited to, threats of or actual physical abuse or harassment, or through the use of simulated legal process,
    3rd degree felony
  20. Escape through voluntary action of officer.—If a jailer or other officer voluntarily suffers a prisoner in her or his custody, upon conviction of any criminal charge, to escape, she or he shall be guilty of
    felony of the second degree
  21. Escape by negligence of officer.—If a jailer or other officer, through negligence, suffers a prisoner in her or his custody upon conviction of any criminal charge to escape, she or he shall be guilty of
    a misdemeanor of the first degree
  22. Aiding escape.—Whoever knowingly aids or assists a person in escaping, attempting to escape, or who has escaped, from an officer or person who has or is entitled to the lawful custody of such person, is guilty of
    a felony of the third degree
  23. Depriving crime victim of medical care.—A person who takes custody of or exercises control over a person he or she knows to be injured as a result of criminal activity and deprives that person of medical care with the intent to avoid, delay, hinder, or obstruct any investigation of the criminal activity contributing to the injury commits
    • If the victim’s medical condition worsens as a result of the deprivation of medical care, a felony of the third degree
    • If deprivation of medical care contributes or results in the death of the victim, a felony of the second degree
  24. Any person who intentionally and knowingly, without lawful cause or justification, causes great bodily harm, permanent disability, or death to, or uses a deadly weapon upon, a police dog, fire dog, SAR dog, or police horse commits
    3rd degree felony
  25. SAR dog means?
    Search and rescue
  26. Any person who actually and intentionally maliciously touches, strikes, or causes bodily harm to a police dog, fire dog, SAR dog, or police horse commits
    misdemeanor of the first degree
  27. Any person who intentionally or knowingly maliciously harasses, teases, interferes with, or attempts to interfere with a police dog, fire dog, SAR dog, or police horse while the animal is in the performance of its duties
    misdemeanor of the second degree,
  28. Publishing name and address of law enforcement officer
    misdemeanor of the first degree
  29. What degree offense for Failure of defendant on bail to appear.
    • felony of the third degree if awaiting sentence for felony
    • misdemeanor of the first degree if awaiting sentence for misdeameanor
  30. Compounding felony
    felony of the third degree
  31. Aiding escape of juvenile inmates of correctional institutions
    a misdemeanor of the second degree

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