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  • Hiram Abiff From Sirius

    Unless they have a warrant issued upon criminal indictment from a Grand Jury, you don't have to show them dogshit!!!!!!! This is the law!

  • Will Rich

    This "Stop And Identify Statue" will be and IS,used to HARASS and DETAIN/ARREST,black people.
    It is used to do exactly what the SA POLICE did to black people in SA,under The Botha regime.
    I'M JUST SAYING…..

  • HereComeTheRooster

    Texas vs Brown clearly states refusing to identify when no crime has been committed is not a crime and it’s illegal for pigs to arrest anyone for exercising their constitutionally protected rights. So all of these state statutes are null and void.

  • michael mooney

    when are you going to correct this video? Illinois is not a stop and ID state. you've had 3 years. audio yes pedia not so much.

  • Libertatus in Perpetuum

    Beware of videos like this that tell lies. I would assume from this BS map that the states in red are "stop and identify.: Nothing could be further from the truth. Indiana is NOT a stop and identify state and I personally do not know of any state in the USA where an officer can just walk cop and identify someone or demand they show ID. Beware of lies like those in this video.

  • Michael Davis

    States cannot pass laws that are more restrictive than Federal law. States can pass laws giving more rights to the people but they cannot take away any rights in conflict with Federal law.

  • DakotaSkies FPV

    I'm in North Dakota, a "Stop And ID" state but even here, the police can't just demand ID for any reason.

    According to 29-29-21 of the North Dakota Century Code (State Constitution) "Temporary questioning of persons in public places – Search for weapons"

    > A peace officer may stop any person abroad in a public place whom the officer reasonably suspects is committing, has committed, or is about to commit:
    > 1. Any felony.
    > 2. A misdemeanor relating to the possession of a concealed or dangerous weapon or
    weapons.
    > 3. Burglary or unlawful entry.
    > 4. A violation of any provision relating to possession of marijuana or of narcotic,
    hallucinogenic, depressant, or stimulant drugs.

    If the police don't suspect me of committing, have committed or am about to commit a felony, a misdemeanor related to a concealed or dangerous weapon, burglary or 'unlawful entry', or having/selling/buying any drugs, I don't have to ID or explain my actions.

  • Alex P

    As a former police officer from many decades ago, I have learned so much since my younger days. First, in general police today are not your friends, unlike when I grew up. 2. This is a legal system, not a morality system. 3. Government today is both tyrannical and obstinate, treat it as such. In other words, know what you are dealing with an act accordingly. 4. When confronted by any agent of the government the best advice I can offer is to first, simply smile, show you are not confrontational and pose no threat to them. 5. Identify yourself by showing you drivers' license or identification card upon request. 6. Show any other documents requested if you are driving a car. 7. Do your best to respond politely, but refuse to answer any questions or searches. 8. Be respectful, but firm. 9. If the LEO insists on you exiting your car or conduct a search, cooperate as best you can, and record it if possible. 10. The most important thing I can offer is simply this: ALWAYS KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT REGARDLESS OF CIRCUMSTANCES. You are not required to answer any questions at all, and you are not compelled to help him arrest and convict you of an offense or a crime. 11. Sign the summons or citation, thank the officer and be on your way. Remember, I have learned that most problems in life can in fact be avoided by just keeping quiet. Don't talk! That goes for almost everything. If you are ever arrested, provide essential information at booking, but invoke your constitutional rights by remaining silent. You can't talk a LEO out of arresting or detaining you, do just shut up and let him do the work. Allow your attorney the best opportunity to get you out of the current mess by not saying anything! I cannot state this enough!

  • David S

    Does anyone know:
    In regards to an arrest, the video states 5:12 "some states require the police to inform the person of the intent to make the arrest and the cause for the arrest"
    My question is three part:
    1. Is this the case in Ohio?
    2. Do some states require the police to inform the person of the intent to detain (investigative search) and/or provide to the person reasonable suspicion for the detainment?
    3. If so, is this the case in Ohio?
    In general I guess I'm trying to find out if the law in Ohio requires the police to articulate their reasonable suspicion to the detainee (beyond "because I think you're suspicious") or are they only required to articulate it later in their report or to the courts.

  • Chase Freedom

    The most lenient or lax requirements will be the sanctuary states. I agree with the right to be secure in your rights, however any see it curious the big push as Immigration has been under spotlight some are quite good at using what protects a citizen for other nefarious agendas.

  • America for Americans

    Any involvement with the police of any kind by regular civilians is dangerous now days. The goons in blue are a disgrace to our communities…. the actions of the lettered agencies disgrace to every citizen and more specifically all military persons.
    This subservience is being taught is school, surrender your rights. Don't question authority, even when you know it's wrong. They quit teaching civics years ago, no more pledge of allegiance every morning ( like I had, damn proud of that fact) to remind US of who WE are…..Americans.
    Brainwashed sheeple……………………ready and willing to get sheered.

  • ERNEST AEC-RADIO

    EMPLOYEES HAVE NO CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS!
    EMPLOYEES CAN FUCK OFF…WE DO NOT BOW DOWN TO HIRED HELP!
    NO COURT GETS TO SCREW US OUT OF OUR RIGHTS, AND NO DAMN HIRED HELP STANDS ABOVE THE RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE!
    DRIVING IS A RIGHT! FREE TRAVEL WITHIN THIS NATION CAN NOT BE DENIED, LICENSED OR TAXED!
    PROSECUTE ANY HIRED HELP IF YOU ARE BEING THREATENED BY HIRED HELP!
    USC 18, §241,242 PROVIDE CRIMINAL CHARGES FOR HIRED HELP FOR CLEAR VIOLATION OF OUR RIGHTS BY NON ELECTED HIRED HELP!

  • ERNEST AEC-RADIO

    MY RIGHTS CAN NOT BE CONVERTED TO A DAMN PRIVILEGE BY ANY EMPLOYEE, AND WE WILL PROSECUTE THEM IN FEDERAL COURT!
    NO FUCKING HIRED HELP WILL VIOLATE OUR RIGHTS!

  • Jack Of All Trades Master Of None

    I wonder who posted this.

    I'm an Australian and I know these stop and identify laws are a direct violation of your rights.

    Here's how shit that really is.
    I know your rights and liberties aswell as you Americans do.

    I could type in American rights and the first thing that pops up is your rights that I see directly 1 tgrough 10 then it would give me the option to explore each in more finer detail.
    Now if I was to do the same I would find a pic if an Australian politician giving me the finger and saying you don't have any rights.
    Because the people before me handed them off and let our government fuck them in the arse now I have to fight like a mother FUCKER to get them back by myself because everyone is ok with getting stiffied in the quite.
    So you stand up for your rights.
    You fight tooth a fkn nail for them lest you turn out like us.

    We gave away our right to bare arms fkn years ago.
    Use it.
    Dont abuse it ir they will fuck you good and propper.

    .

  • T West

    These high court rulings certainly clarify how constitutional rights have no meaning in America unless you are rich or a politician!

  • Rising Ash

    So does this mean Indiana is not a stop and ID or is Indiana a stop and ID place? Like to know cuz I do photography and I always have cops asking me for my ID I even got threatened to be put in back of a cop car because I didn't have my ID on me

  • The RightStuff

    UMM… FLORIDA DOES NOT HAVE A STOP AND IDENTIFY STATUTE. Fla F.S. 901.151, Florida’s Stop and Frisk Law imposes no affirmative duty to identify ones self.

  • altgenesis

    Are the judges on crack or something. If the only charge is failing to identify and there's no other charges then that is a tyrannical government in other words a bunch of fucking Nazis and if it holds that then we're in Nazi Germany and the Nazis won. I know how to read the Constitution I don't need a stupid judge to tell me what it says we do not want to live in Nazi Germany we went to war with the Nazis we don't like Nazis and we don't like Nazi judges. If you're charged with a crime that's different. But we don't want a tyrannical police force to go around looking for excuses to arrest people. If you're loitering and they should tell you to move along you don't arrest someone you don't or loitering. Loitering means you're asked to move along after you show them this sign that says no loitering. If they don't go then you have a right to call the police and the police and ask them to move if they don't you arrest them end of story you don't need their ID in order to arrest them.

  • John Pelham

    If you've done nothing wrong , go ahead and show I.D.. End the bull shit instead of creating an escalating situation.

  • Anne-Marie Cole

    Never go to America not even for a holiday it's a white terrorist country boonies safe there that's the illusion #powertrippers

  • John Richardson Meadows

    The professional families have become rich and millionaires by causing poverty, suffering and death.  Their methods are many, and they have no intention of stopping, but every intention of increasing the poverty, suffering, early deaths and their salaries, benefits, bonuses, profits and dividends. .

  • ERNEST AEC-RADIO

    NO COURT OR LAW MAY BE ENACTED OR PASSED, THAT PLACES THE LEGAL, CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE, BENEATH THE FALSE AUTHORITY OF THE HIRED HELP!
    NO EMPLOYEE CAN BE GRANTED RIGHTS, AUTHORITY, POWER, OR ACT AS IF THEY HOLD GREATER AUTHORITY THAN THE LEGITIMATE POWER ONLY THE PEOPLE POSSESS BY CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS!
    FUCK EMPLOYEE DEMANDS
    …WE DO NOT BOW TO GOD FAMN HIRED HELP!
    WE MUST ID YOU BY FORCE…YOUR JOB DOES NOT GRANT HIRED HELP ANY SUPERIOR AUTHORITY OVER YOUR EMPLOYER…FUCK OFF, OR SUFFER!

  • ERNEST AEC-RADIO

    EMPLOYEES ACTING AGAINST US, MUST BE HUNG UNTIL DEAD!

    WE ARE TIRED OF THE ABUSES AND ACTS OF EMPLOYEE TERRORISM…WE ARE SHOOTING BACK TO STOP IT!

  • Wendel Fears

    Do not listen to this YouTube internet ding dong that that's not know what they're talking about.
    Just because you see this on YouTube in a map of the United States and it being colored does not mean that your state is not a state that they can ask you for identification…

  • Eriah Flores

    Fuck nigga asked me for my name earlier for no reason. Fucking hate giving out my identity. Thats the only safety i have, that and this .380

  • Hiccum Blurpaedius

    George Bush and the CIA kidnapped me in the Florida Keys then called me crazy. Today they are still threatening and extorting me. We need war to kill the ACLU donors and exterminate the Zionist occupying forces.

  • Paul Lawson

    In Florida, not giving at least your legal name AND not explaining why you're "there" and explaining your "conduct" can lead to "immediate concern" which can lead to probable cause. I think it's probably best to give your name as soon as you're asked and if you're performing a 1A audit to disclose that and then remain silent if you choose or ask questions.
    "The 2018 Florida Statutes

    Title XLVI

    CRIMES

    Chapter 856

    DRUNKENNESS; OPEN HOUSE PARTIES; LOITERING; PROWLING; DESERTION

    856.021 Loitering or prowling; penalty.—

    (1) It is unlawful for any person to loiter or prowl in a place, at a time or in a manner not usual for law-abiding individuals, under circumstances that warrant a justifiable and reasonable alarm or immediate concern for the safety of persons or property in the vicinity.

    (2) Among the circumstances which may be considered in determining whether such alarm or immediate concern is warranted is the fact that the person takes flight upon appearance of a law enforcement officer, refuses to identify himself or herself, or manifestly endeavors to conceal himself or herself or any object. Unless flight by the person or other circumstance makes it impracticable, a law enforcement officer shall, prior to any arrest for an offense under this section, afford the person an opportunity to dispel any alarm or immediate concern which would otherwise be warranted by requesting the person to identify himself or herself and explain his or her presence and conduct. No person shall be convicted of an offense under this section if the law enforcement officer did not comply with this procedure or if it appears at trial that the explanation given by the person is true and, if believed by the officer at the time, would have dispelled the alarm or immediate concern.

    (3) Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083.

    AND

    The 2018 Florida Statutes

    Title XLVII

    CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORRECTIONS

    Chapter 901

    ARRESTS

    901.151 Stop and Frisk Law.—

    (1) This section may be known and cited as the “Florida Stop and Frisk Law.”

    (2) Whenever any law enforcement officer of this state encounters any person under circumstances which reasonably indicate that such person has committed, is committing, or is about to commit a violation of the criminal laws of this state or the criminal ordinances of any municipality or county, the officer may temporarily detain such person for the purpose of ascertaining the identity of the person temporarily detained and the circumstances surrounding the person’s presence abroad which led the officer to believe that the person had committed, was committing, or was about to commit a criminal offense.

    (3) No person shall be temporarily detained under the provisions of subsection (2) longer than is reasonably necessary to effect the purposes of that subsection. Such temporary detention shall not extend beyond the place where it was first effected or the immediate vicinity thereof.

    (4) If at any time after the onset of the temporary detention authorized by subsection (2), probable cause for arrest of person shall appear, the person shall be arrested. If, after an inquiry into the circumstances which prompted the temporary detention, no probable cause for the arrest of the person shall appear, the person shall be released.

    (5) Whenever any law enforcement officer authorized to detain temporarily any person under the provisions of subsection (2) has probable cause to believe that any person whom the officer has temporarily detained, or is about to detain temporarily, is armed with a dangerous weapon and therefore offers a threat to the safety of the officer or any other person, the officer may search such person so temporarily detained only to the extent necessary to disclose, and for the purpose of disclosing, the presence of such weapon. If such a search discloses such a weapon or any evidence of a criminal offense it may be seized.

    (6) No evidence seized by a law enforcement officer in any search under this section shall be admissible against any person in any court of this state or political subdivision thereof unless the search which disclosed its existence was authorized by and conducted in compliance with the provisions of subsections (2)-(5).

    History.—ss. 1, 2, ch. 69-73; s. 1459, ch. 97-102.

  • Blayze Montgomery

    Only upon reasonable suspicion that someone has committed or is going to commit a crime is he or she obligated to identify themself. In Arizona you are not obligated to id simply because a cop asks you for it.

  • Mike

    They can kiss my Veteran ass while I burn their Blue Isis flag !!! These people have been running unchecked for too long !!! Police state is no longer hiding their real intentions. Can’t fight a corrupt court system , The day will come when the fight will be brought to the streets. The good cops already know this and will pick the right side 👍

  • Prentiss Armstrong

    It seems to me that some how the government which is a fiction of the mind .Another way to say it is " the government is our imaginary friend " how is it that our imaginary friend gained complete control over us? We the people out rank the government, wr the people make the law ( or atlest we should be) their is a group out there that is training people on the duties and responsibilities, and such of a junior specificly about jury nullification. We should use jury nullification to take back our country.

  • Brady

    utah is not a stop and id state 77-7-15 "when the officer has a reasonable suspicion to believe the person has committed or is in the act of committing or is attempting to commit a public offense" a person is not required to ID unless the officer can provide reasonable suspicion.

  • Swine Repellent

    This is wrong INDIANA isn’t a stop an identify state IC 35-28-5-3 and 3.5. New York State isn’t a stop and Identify State.

  • Handlegrip

    I Understand my rights as of recently. Even before I did, I never had a issue with the police. I am 43. I have always complied with the police officers request. I have a lead foot, and have Dealt with the police a handful of times. I showed ID when requested and did as I was ask. When I got pulled over for something I did wrong then I Hold myself accountable. I do not act innocent when I am guilty. There have been times when the officer is rude and disrespectful, I just let them do their job, and be polite no matter how I am treated. If you disagree with whatever happened You can deal with it at a later date. Arguing, and being confrontational may get you hurt or thrown in jail. Being polite and respectful full has always worked for me. I don’t care how much training you have had, we are all human. Nobody wants people to argue with them, give them shit or hate them for doing their job. Especially for somebody who takes pride in what they do. It would be nice to come across somebody who was pleasant to deal with on a bad day. If all else fails, Give him a reach around. Some situations may require some fondling of the balls.

  • Dirty Cop Registry

    This is why liberals on SCOTUS are so dangerous and why libtards are trying so hard to keep RBG alive.
    She betrayed libtards by not retiring when osama obama was ruling.

  • HereComeTheRooster

    I live in Wisconsin and I don’t answer questions. Giving my identification would be answering a question. So they are not getting shit!

  • Jason Wilson

    Indiana is not a stop and identify state. The refusal to identify law in Indiana only applies to civil violations, not criminal.

  • Dwayne Hoague

    Police officers Don't Have The Right To Stop And I'D WE ARE The People it's The People Rights Not To Show There I'd it's Also our amendment Rights police officers always Take away Your Rights it's Got To Stop

  • BIG TED

    Stop and identify is exactly what the nazi regime used to identify jews leading up to and during the 2nd world war. The fact that these same laws are being used in America which is supposed to be a democratic country. Should be of great concern to all Americans regardless of what law makers state stop and identify is a attack on the consitution and claws back the freedoms of all citizens. America is a police state and citizens rights are being eroded annually by politicans who use law and order as a means of limiting the rights of all citizens. The police have way to much power instead of limiting citizens rights it is the police who should have their powers rolled back.

  • JOHN Q PUBLIC

    I am ashamed of myself and the rest of the country for letting our rights be taking away. And now Our government is replacing us with uneducated third world people that they can control.

  • The RightStuff

    Um, Florida is not one. Show me in Florida Statute 901.151, where there is an affirmative duty on the subject to identify himself.

    ~Signed, Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer, Florida

  • Joe John

    U.S. HAS VIOLATED THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN COMPACT OF FREE ASSOCIATION BY STOPPED ISSUING ID TO IT CITIZENS. MEANING THESE MICRONESIAN ISLANDS NATION ARE NOW OPEN FOR NEGOTIABLE STATUS WITH RUSSIA'S AND CHINA. 3/4 OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC OCEAN IS UP FOR GRASP!

  • SuperEmitt

    What this video lacks is that the person in question, told the police it was none of their business, therefore the ruling based on those ground it was not sufficient to believe by giving their it would have been self incrimination. So never say that, ("it is none of your business") to any law enforcement when they stop to ID.

    The supreme court ruled that you can plead the 5th anytime, anywhere, even in stop and ID states. Before, a stop and ID can be pursued the cops need reasonable suspicion or probable cause no matter the states law. The supreme court further ruled you cannot be forced to talking to the police if you choose not too.

    One of the reason for this there may be a warrant on you, which you may not know about, then by giving your name may subject you to an arrest for something that happen years ago.

    Example to what might cause your arrest: Say you got a parking, it went unpaid for x-amount of time. A warrant was issued unbeknown to you, a cops ID's you at a later date and arrest you. You are dumbfounded not knowing what the heck is going on, they tell you what time and what day where the ticket was issued. You remember being there and finding the meter did in fact run out, but you did not see a ticket, so you thought you made it just in time.

    So what happen, at the time the ticket was issued and place on your car, some nearby kids saw what happen and decided to play a prank, and removed the ticket prior to your arrival so you go on about your daily life, as you should. Then later your liberties and freedom are yanked from you for a victimless so-called crime. It could cost you your job or at least a days wage fighting it in court.

    Therefore, even stop and ID states know your rights!

    U.S. Supreme Court, appeal of Chimel v. Calif. 89 S Ct 2034
    "It is a duty as much as a right for all citizens to jealously and zealously protect their Fourth

    Amendment rights."

    Miranda v. Arizona, (U.S. Supreme Ct) 380 US
    436(1966)

    "Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule in making or

    legislation which would abrogate them."

    Miranda v. Arizona, (U.S. Supreme Ct.) 380 US 436(1966)
    "Fifth Amendment (right) is available to outside of criminal court proceedings and serves to

    protect persons in all settings…"

    What this also means whether you broke the law or not in ID states, you can stand on the 5th, and you should not be punished for it.

    Sherar v. Cullen, 481 F 2d 946(1973)
    "There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of his exercise of

    Constitutional rights."

    Simmons v. U. S., 390, US 389(1968)
    "We find it intolerable that one Constitutional right should have to be surrendered in order to

    assert another."

    Of course your state or law enforcement will try.

  • epacm50

    Indiana is the worst of them all! Beware of their Roman Law practice!!! All suspects are presumed guilty until proven innocent in a court of law.

  • CAUTIOUS1

    The supreme court refuses to address a Bill of Rights concern? WTF! All the evidence anyone needs to see that the supreme court is corrupt

  • Karla Roe

    obstruction laws are,and is an infringement on our 5th Amendments rights this is why the supreme court will not look at these law's, they need time to brain Wash the public first and the time to set a legal history . The supreme cause this binding the Constitution without breaking it

  • Garry Grantham

    You need to update the map and vid. I live in Alabama and know that a person does not have show ID unless that there is RAS.

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