Usually, resisting arrest in Boston involves a wicked scrap with staties.
I guess higher education is supposed to teach you how to use your words instead of your fists. But at Harvard Law, I guess they skip the oral "argument" phase altogether, and go straight to vague prestige threats.
Let's see how that is working out for one of the brightest Harvard Law stars:
A promising Harvard Law School standout told cops during a bizarre drunken tirade that he would "lie and cheat" to ruin them if - as a future attorney - he ever calls them to a witness stand, police said.
My prest-ige brings all the boys to the yard, and they're like: it's better than yours. Damn right: it's better than yours:
A police report states that Simpkins, 24, made the threat early Saturday morning, just four months from graduation, as he spilled out of a Theater District bar and into the back of a Boston police cruiser, barking to officers, "Give me a (expletive) ride, I work for the district attorney's office."