Disobedience To Order Of Superior Officer: When Said Order Was Suspended By Inferior Officer


1. That the offender is a public officer;
2. That an order is issued by his superior for execution;
3. That he has for any reason suspended the execution of
    such order;
4. That his superior disapproves the suspension of the
    execution of the order; and
5. That the offender disobeys his superior despite the
   disapproval of the suspension.

A public officer is not liable if the order of the superior
is illegal.


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