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BOISTEROUS OR TUMULTUOUS MANNER
(defined)
when communication becomes noise at a level that disrupts the public peace
EMERGENCY
(defined)
any condition which results in, or could result in, the response of a public official in an authorized emergency vehicle, or any condition that jeopardizes public safety or could result in evacuation (PC 148.3(c))
EXECUTIVE OFFICER
(defined)
any people charges with the responsibility of enforcing the law. Includes peace officers, DAs, city attorneys and police commissioners (PC 69(a))
LYNCHING
(defined)
the taking, by means of a rio, any person from the lawful custody of a peace officer (PC 405)
MALICE
(defined)
an intent to vex, annoy, harm, or injure in any way another person (PC 136(1))
PEACE OFFICER
(defined)
sheriff, under sheriff, deputy sheriff. Chief of police, police officer of agency or city. marshal or deputy marshal of muni court. CHP
PLACE OF CONFINEMENT
(defined)
a prison, jail, industrial farm, road camp or juvi hall, camp, ranch or farm.
PUBLIC OFFICERS
(defined)
individuals employed by a gov. agency w/ certain specified law enforcement powers (PC 148(a)(1))
RIOT
(defined)
two or more people gathered together unlawfully who disturb the peace or reasonably threaten to disturb the peace by means of force or violence (PC 404)
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
(defined)
two or more people assembled together to do an unlawful act or a lawful act in a boisterous or tumultuous manner (PC 407)
VICTIM
(defined)
any person against whom there is a reason to believe that any crime is being or has been perpetrated or attempted to be perpetrated
VIOLENT MANNER
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WILLFULLY
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WITNESS
(defined)
any person w/ knowledge of existence or nonexistence of facts relating to a crime (PC 136(2))
PEACE OFFICER
(defined)
sheriff, under sheriff, deputy sheriff. Chief of police, police officer of agency or city. marshal or deputy marshal of muni court. CHP
PLACE OF CONFINEMENT
(defined)
a prison, jail, industrial farm, road camp or juvi hall, camp, ranch or farm.
PUBLIC OFFICERS
(defined)
individuals employed by a gov. agency w/ certain specified law enforcement powers (PC 148(a)(1))
RIOT
(defined)
two or more people gathered together unlawfully who disturb the peace or reasonably threaten to disturb the peace by means of force or violence (PC 404)
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
(defined)
two or more people assembled together to do an unlawful act or a lawful act in a boisterous or tumultuous manner (PC 407)
VICTIM
(defined)
any person against whom there is a reason to believe that any crime is being or has been perpetrated or attempted to be perpetrated
VIOLENT MANNER
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WILLFULLY
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WITNESS
(defined)
any person w/ knowledge of existence or nonexistence of facts relating to a crime (PC 136(2))
PEACE OFFICER
(defined)
sheriff, under sheriff, deputy sheriff. Chief of police, police officer of agency or city. marshal or deputy marshal of muni court. CHP
PLACE OF CONFINEMENT
(defined)
a prison, jail, industrial farm, road camp or juvi hall, camp, ranch or farm.
PUBLIC OFFICERS
(defined)
individuals employed by a gov. agency w/ certain specified law enforcement powers (PC 148(a)(1))
RIOT
(defined)
two or more people gathered together unlawfully who disturb the peace or reasonably threaten to disturb the peace by means of force or violence (PC 404)
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
(defined)
two or more people assembled together to do an unlawful act or a lawful act in a boisterous or tumultuous manner (PC 407)
VICTIM
(defined)
any person against whom there is a reason to believe that any crime is being or has been perpetrated or attempted to be perpetrated
VIOLENT MANNER
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WILLFULLY
(defined)
when acts involve criminal violence or tend to incite others to criminal violence
WITNESS
(defined)
any person w/ knowledge of existence or nonexistence of facts relating to a crime (PC 136(2))
INTIMIDATION OF WITNESS
dissuading/preventing
136.1(a) FELONY
•any person who knowingly and maliciously prevents or dissuades any W or V from attending or giving testimony at trial
•any person who knowingly and maliciously attempts to prevent or dissuade any W or V from attending or giving testimony at trial, proceeding, or inquiry authorized by law
•every person who attempts to prevent or dissuade another person who has been the V of a crime or who is W to a crime from doing any of the following but not limited to: 1)making any report of that V to any LEO, causing a complaint to be sought or assisting in the prosecution, arresting the suspect
THREAT OF RETALIATION
PC 140(a) FELONY
Every person who:
• willfully uses force or
• threatens to use force or violence
• upon the person of a W to or V of
• a crime or
• any other person, or
• to take, damage, or destroy
• any property of
• any W, V or any other person
• has provided any assistance or information
• to a LEO or
• public prosecuter in a criminal proceeding or
• juvi court proceeding
VIOLATING A COURT ORDER
PC 166(a)(4) MISDEMEANOR
• any person
• willfully disobeying
• written terms of any process or court order, or out-of-state court order
• lawfully issued by any court
THE COURT ORDER MUST:
• have been properly served on the person, or
• person present when the order was generated
RESISTING, DELAYING OR OBSTRUCTING PUBLIC/PEACE OFFICER, EMT
PC 148(a)(1) MISDEMEANOR
• every person who
• willfully resists, delays, obstructs
• any public/peace officer, or EMT
• in the discharge or the attempt discharge
• any duty of that officer's office or employment

*no physical contact required
--verbal threats or interference
OBSTRUCTING OR RESISTING EXECUTIVE OFFICER
PC 69 FELONY
• by means of threat or violence
• to deter or prevent
• any Ex O from the performance of their duty
• knowingly resists any Ex O
• by use of force or violence
• in performance of officers duty
THREATENING A PUBLIC OFFICER AND EMPLOYEES, AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS
PC 71 FELONY
EVERY PERSON WHO:
--with intent to cause
--attempts to cause, or causes
• any:
--public officer or employee, or
--officer or employee of any public or private educational institution
• to do or refrain from doing
• any act in the performance of their duties
• by means of a threat
• directly communicated to the person
• to inflict an unlawful injury upon that person or that person's property, and
• it reasonably appears that the threat could be carried out
REMOVING OR TAKING A FIREARM FROM AN OFFICER
PC 148(c) FELONY
• every person who
• during the commission of any offense in 148(a)(1)
• removes or takes a firearm
• a public officer or peace officer
ATTEMPTING TO REMOVE OR TAKE A FIREARM FROM AN OFFICER
148(d) FELONY
for 148(d) to be complete, one or more of the following must occur:
• officers holster strap unfastened
• firearm partially removed from the officers holster
• firearm safety released by S
• independent W corroborates the S stated intent to remove firearm & S actually touched FA
• independent W corroborates S had his hand on FA & tried to take it from LEO holding it
• S finger print found on FA or holster
• physical evidence authenticated by scientifically verifiable procedure establishes S touched FA
• in course of any struggle, LEO's FA falls & S attempted to pick it up
REMOVING OR TAKING ANY WEAPON OTHER THAN FIREARM FROM OFFICER
PC 148(b) FELONY
• every person who
• during 148(a)(1)
• removes or takes
• any weapon other than a FA
• from the person of
• or in the immediate presence of
• a public officer or peace officer
• while that officer is engaged in the performance of the officer's duties
ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE, OR ESCAPING FROM THE CUSTODY OF PEACE OFFICER
PC 836.6(a) MISDEMEANOR
• any person who has been
• remanded by a magistrate or judge to the custody of a sheriff, marshal or other police agency
• thereafter escapes or attempts to escape from that custody, OR
• any person who has been
• lawfully arrested by a peace officer, and
• who knows or reasonably should have known that he/she was arrested, and
• who thereafter escapes or attempts to escape from the peace officer
PC 836.6(b)
IF ESCAPE IS BY FORCE OR VIOLENCE THAT CAUSES GBI IT IS A FELONY.
ESCAPE OR ATTEMPT ESCAPE STATE PRISON THROUGH FORCE OR VIOLENCE
4530(a) FELONY
• every prisoner confined in a state prison who
• by force or violence
• escapes or attempts escape
--while being conveyed to or from such prison or
--any other state prison
--while under the custody of prison officials, officer or employees;
--while at work outside or away from
--prison under custody of prison officials, officers, or employees
ESCAPE OR ATTEMPT ESCAPE STATE PRISON W/O USE OF FORCE OR VIOLENCE
PC 4530(c) FELONY
• every prisoner who
• commits an escape
• attempts escape described in 4530(a)
• w/o force or violence
ESCAPE OR ATTEMPT ESCAPE FROM COUNTY OR CITY JAIL OR HOME DETENTION
PC 4532 FELONY
FORCE/NO FORCE
• arrested an booked for, charged with, or convicted of a misdemeanor, or
• committed as inebriate
• is confined to any county or city jail, prison, or industrial farm, or is authorized for temporary release for work, education of family emergency, or participates in a home detention program
• who thereafter attempts to escape or escapes from that custody
RESCUE OR ATTEMPT TO RESCUE PRISONER FROM OFFICER
PC 4550 FELONY
• every person who
• rescues or attempts to rescue, or
• aids another in rescuing or attempting to rescue
• any prisoner from any:
-- prison
-- road camp
-- jail, or
-- officer or person having that prisoner in lawful custody
LYNCHING
PC 405a FELONY
• the taking
• by means of a riot
• of any person
• from the lawful custody of any peace officer

* person who is taken must under lawful arrest or legally detained
PRESENTING FALSE ID
PC 148.9 MISDEMEANOR
• falsely represents or ID's oneself as another person (real or fictitious)
• to a peace officer
• upon a lawful detention or arrest
• to evade:
--process of court, or
--proper ID of that person by investigating officer
FALSE ID FOR VC VIOLATIONS
CVC 31
FALSELY REPORTING CRIMINAL OFFENSE
PC 148.5 MISDEMEANOR
• reports to any peace officer, DA or deputy DA
• that a F or M has been committed
• knowing that the report is false
FALSELY REPORTING EMERGENCY
PC 148.3(a) MISDEMEANOR
• any individual who
• reports or causes any report to be made, to any city, county, city and county, etc
• that an "emergency" exists
• knowing report to be false
FALSELY REPORTING EMERGENCY LIKELY TO CAUSE DEATH OR GBI
PC 148.3(b) FELONY
• any person who
• reports or causes any report to be made, to any city county, etc.
• that an "emergency" exists
• knowing report to be false
• and who knows or should know the response to the report is likely to cause death or GBI,
• and GBI or death is sustained by any person as a result of the false report
FALSELY REPORTING DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE
PC 148.1(a) FELONY
Any person who:
• reports to specified personnel
• that a bomb or other explosive device
• has been, or will be
• placed or hidden
• in any public or private place
• knowing that the report is false
UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
PC 407 MISDEMEANOR
• two or more persons assembling together
• to do an unlawful act, or
• a lawful act in a violent, boisterous, or tumultuous manner
REFUSAL TO DISPERSE
PC 416(a) MISDEMEANOR
• two or more persons
• assembling for the purpose of
--disturbing the peace, or
--committing any unlawful act, and
• not dispersing on being desired or commanded to do so by a public officer

*applies only to participants in unlawful assembly