print In Tennessee, the failure or refusal to produce or give one’s identification is an offense only if the officer intends to either cite or arrest you for a crime or offense. And the law allows for an oral presentation of one’s ID apart from any state document. “When any police or peace officer *** asks the violator for identification,” Tennessee code annotated says, “for the purpose of issuing a citation or civil warrant to that person, the failure to produce or give such identification shall be grounds for the violator to be arrested by an officer ***.” … Continue reading Can you be arrested if you don’t ‘show’ officer your ID?
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