Alexandria Kincaid, Idaho’s premier gun law attorney, will be speaking and taking your questions at our Idaho Carry dinner next Thursday, October 23rd at 6:30pm at the Meridian Fuddruckers. Bring your friends and family, membership is not required.
One of the many reasons to Carry:
Lesson learned! The public needs OCers to be prepared at all times.
Supreme Court Case Law on Unlawful Stops and Seizures
- In Delaware v Prouse, an officer cannot detain someone without reasonable suspicion of a crime.
- In Hibel v Nevada and Brown v Texas, both require reasonable suspicion of a crime before demanding an ID.
- In US v DeBerry (from the 7th Circuit), the presence of a firearm, where legal to possess, cannot by itself be reasonable suspicion of criminal activity.
- In Terry v Ohio, three criteria must be met in order to disarm an individual:
1. The officer must have a suspicion that the individual is armed;
2. The officer must have a suspicion that the individual is dangerous; and
The officer must have a reasonable suspicion that the individual has committed or is about to commit a crime.