Two police officers observed our client in a verbal argument with his girlfriend. The officers approached the client and his girlfriend to investigate what they described as a “possible domestic violence incident.” The client and his companion observed the officers and both got into the client’s car. The police ordered our client out of the car, and the client refused, asking the officers if he was under arrest. The police then physically pulled the client from the car, threw him to the floor and arrested him for resisting an officer. The prosecutors filed charges and refused to drop the case, so the lawyers at the firm prepared for trial. After a day long trial, the jury found our client not guilty on all counts.