Title 16, Chapter 3, Section 22
(a) Any person who renders assistance reasonably and in good faith
to any law enforcement officer who is being hindered in the
performance of his official duties or whose life is being endangered
by the conduct of any other person or persons while performing his
official duties shall be immune to the same extent as the law
enforcement officer from any criminal liability that might otherwise
be incurred or imposed as a result of rendering assistance to the
law enforcement officer.
(b) The official report of the law enforcement agency shall create a
rebuttable presumption of good faith and reasonableness on the part
of the person who assists the law enforcement officer.
(c) The purpose of this Code section is to provide for those persons
who act in good faith to assist law enforcement officers whose
health and safety is being adversely affected and threatened by the
conduct of any other person or persons. This Code section shall be
liberally construed so as to carry out the purposes thereof.