OBSTRUCTING GOVERNMENTAL OPERATIONS
A. Definition of Offenses Generally
C. Criminal Gangs
Enactment. Chapter 51 was added December 6, 1972, P.L.1482, No.334, effective in six months.
Cross References. Chapter 51 is referred to in section 3016 of this title; section 5508.3 of Title 53 (Municipalities Generally); section 6017 of Title 64 (Public Authorities and Quasi-Public Corporations).
DEFINITION OF OFFENSES GENERALLY
5101. Obstructing administration of law or other governmental function.
5102. Obstructing or impeding the administration of justice by picketing, etc.
5103. Unlawfully listening into deliberations of jury.
5103.1. Unlawful use of an audio or video device in court.
5104. Resisting arrest or other law enforcement.
5104.1. Disarming law enforcement officer.
5105. Hindering apprehension or prosecution.
5106. Failure to report injuries by firearm or criminal act.
5107. Aiding consummation of crime.
5110. Contempt of General Assembly.
5111. Dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities.
5112. Obstructing emergency services.
§ 5101. Obstructing administration of law or other governmental function.
A person commits a misdemeanor of the second degree if he intentionally obstructs, impairs or perverts the administration of law or other governmental function by force, violence, physical interference or obstacle, breach of official duty, or any other unlawful act, except that this section does not apply to flight by a person charged with crime, refusal to submit to arrest, failure to perform a legal duty other than an official duty, or any other means of avoiding compliance with law without affirmative interference with governmental functions.
Cross References. Section 5101 is referred to in section 5708 of this title; section 3132 of Title 27 (Environmental Resources; section 5552 of Title 42 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure).