Do not interfere with the police who are arresting someone - you could get charged with "Obstruction of Justice"

The Cuyahoga County Court of Appeals recently affirmed the conviction of a woman who interfered with the arrest of her daughter.    In State v. Whitby, the Court held that a mother's act of fending off a police officer's act of arresting of her daughter (by pushing and blocking the arrest attempts) was a violation of Ohio Revise Code 2921.32.  Our advice, unless the police are deliberately injuring someone, once they begin the arrest process, don't interfere - wait for the lawyers to do their work once they get to the courtroom.