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Code Sections Used Against Demonstrators

Code Sections Used Against Demonstrators

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The various codes commonly utilized by California Police Departments to Quash the right to freely assemble and to circumvent the First Amendment rights of same.
The various codes commonly utilized by California Police Departments to Quash the right to freely assemble and to circumvent the First Amendment rights of same.

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CODE SECTIONS USED AGAINST DEMONSTRATORS
RESISTING EXECUTIVE OFFICER....................................................1RESISTING ARREST................................................................2FALSE REPORT OF CRIMINAL OFFENSE.............................................3FALSELY REPRESENTING SELF AS ANOTHER PERSON TO PEACE OFFICER.............4ASSAULT.........................................................................5BATTERY.........................................................................6DISTURBANCE OF PUBLIC MEETING................................................7RIOT.............................................................................8UNLAWFULLY ASSEMBLY........................................................10FAILURE TO DISPERSE............................................................11DISTURBING THE PEACE..........................................................12ASSEMBLY FOR PURPOSE OF DISTURBING THE PEACE..............................13THREATS........................................................................14POSTED PROPERTY...............................................................15DAMAGE TO PROPERTY..........................................................17TRESPASS.......................................................................19OBSTRUCTING OR INTIMIDATING BUSINESS OPERATORS...........................25OBSTRUCTING STREETS OR SIDEWALKS...........................................26LOS ANGELES MUNICIPAL CODE INFRACTIONS AND PUNISHMENT...................27HAND-BILLS, SIGNS - PUBLIC PLACES AND OBJECTS................................28INJURY TO PUBLIC PROPERTY.....................................................30LOITERING ON SIDEWALKS.......................................................32OBSTRUCTING ENTRANCE TO PUBLIC ASSEMBLAGE...............................33TRESPASS ON PRIVATE PROPERTY................................................34
 
LOUD AND RAUCOUS NOISE......................................................37DEMONSTRATION EQUIPMENT PROHIBITED........................................38RESIDENTIAL PICKETING.........................................................39OBEDIENCE TO OFFICERS.........................................................40AMPLIFIED SOUND...............................................................41DELAYING TRAFFIC..............................................................43SECRET SERVICE SECURE ZONES..................................................44MASKS..........................................................................47
 
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RESISTING EXECUTIVE OFFICER PENAL CODE SECTION 69
Every person who attempts, by means of any threat or violence, to deter or prevent an executiveofficer from performing any duty imposed upon such officer by law, or who knowingly resists, by the useof force or violence, such officer, in the performance of his duty, is punishable by a fine not exceedingten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by imprisonment in the state prison, or in a county jail not exceedingone year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
CALJIC 7.50OBSTRUCTING/RESISTING EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Every person who willfully [and unlawfully] attempts, by means of any threat or violence, todeter or prevent an executive officer from performing any duty imposed upon that officer by law, or whoknowingly resists, by the use of force or violence, an executive officer in the performance of his or her duty, is guilty of a violation of Penal Code § 69, a crime.An "executive officer" is a public employee whose lawful activities are in the exercise of a partof the sovereign power of the governmental entity employer, and whose duties are discretionary, in wholeor in part. Any employee charged with the responsibility of enforcing the law is an executive officer.In order to prove this crime, each of the following elements must be proved:[1. A person willfully [and unlawfully] attempted to deter or prevent an executive officer from performing any duty imposed upon that officer by law; and2. The attempt was accomplished by means of any threat or violence.][1. A person knowingly [and unlawfully] resisted an executive officer in the performance of hisor her duty; and2. The resistance was accomplished by means of force or violence.]

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