I was sprayed with Pepper Spray twice and then charged with A & B for resisting my dose of pepper spray. I was sprayed while handcuffed and on my knees. I had a headache and upset stomach for four days. I had to pay the cop $500 for hurting his wrist while pushing the spray away.


The Facts
The law in Massachusetts states that Assault and Battery against a police officer (or anyone else) is punishable by up to 2 and 1/2 years in prison with a ninety day minimum.  Many judges also describe assault and battery as an "unwanted touching".  This means that you have to hire a lawyer and pay him $3,500 to $10,000 if you are charged with assault and battery on a police officer if you want to stay out of jail. 

Many police officers are expert in getting you to touch them.  They will argue and yell at you. They will tell you that you are going to jail.  They will stand on your toes.  They will stand with their face in yours. They will frisk you in the groin or breasts.  They will push you. They will spray you with mace until you push their arm to push the mace away. Then you will be charged with resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer.

My Story
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