As a former prosecutor there is a quick analysis of San Diego Resisting Arrest charges. If the resisting, delaying, or obstructing is patently obvious then there is a need to mitigate the facts of the case. However, if the facts make leave something to question then this means it needs to be handled aggressively. Let the prosecution know the weaknesses in the case. inform them 12 members of a jury would not likely convict. Be very aggressive and the prosecution will have to make hard decisions on what to do about the case.
I was a former senior prosecutor. During my tenure on the prosecution side I was assigned to the "red arrow" unit, which deals with high profile cases. This included occupy wall street resisting arrest and obstruction prosecution. There is a lot of information behind the scenes that needs examination when breaking down a resisting arrest case.