State v. EisenzimerAnnotate this Case
Defendant was arrested for and convicted of obstructing a peace officer. Defendant appealed, and the district court conducted a trial de novo. During trial, Defendant moved to dismiss the charge for insufficient evidence. The district court denied the motion. A jury subsequently found Defendant guilty of obstructing a peace officer. Defendant appealed the denial of his motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence. The Supreme Court affirmed the district court’s order denying Defendant’s motion to dismiss, holding that Defendant engaged in conduct under circumstances that made Defendant aware that it was highly probable that his conduct would impede the performance of the officer’s lawful duties.