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on this date on this street you name did behave in a threatening or abusive manner which was likely to cause a reasonable person to suffer fear or alarm in that you did repeatedly shout and swear.
contrary to section 38(1) of the criminal justice and licencing(scotland) act 2010
on this date on this street you name did,resist obstruct or hinder these 2 police constables the police service of scotland then in the execution of there duty and did struggle violently in an attempt to prevent them from placing handcuffs on you
contrary to the police and fire reform (scotland)act 2012,section 90 (1)(a) and section 90(2)a
I was only talking to one police man on his own , i was not told i was going to be arrested he knocked me down from behind as i turned to walk, the other officers only came along once i was taken,I used no threatening language and did not resist in anyway, what should i do ?
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