Q: Can I beat a obstruction of an officer if I did nothing wrong and was tripped to the ground?
I dont know if they tied my previous calling of the police to my home. But after I was omw to work and my fiancee was getting ready to go to Atlanta with her family to visit, she called me and told me she was injured so I picked her up and took her to the hospital in which from the moment we walked in it seemed as if I was being looked at as a woman abuser they wouldn't let me go back or anything after they were finished they let me go back and my fiancee said that she wanted to leave and that's when police met me and her and told me that they wanted to talk to me, I stated that I didn't want to talk to them so he said if I moved I'd be obstructing an officer and they proceeded to trip me to the ground, my fiancee screaming he didn't do anything. They tazed me and locked the handcuffs too tight and wouldn't loosen them until a higher officer arrived and made them loosen them, when I got to jail no one checked the left hand that was numb from the cuffs after several times of asking.
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