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Cop demands ID of man standing in own yard

A homeowner confronted by an Iowa city cop asks the right questions, and the public servant asserts a pretended authority against him to demand his “ID” as part of an investigation. One need not give one’s name unless one is under arrest for a lawfully alleged crime, and in Tennessee one can produce or give his name and address. Produce means by form, like a gun permit or driver license. Give means by truthful oral statement that the officer can be obliged to believe, as his right to obtain the information is secured by the TN false statement’s law.

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