Of course now i find the answer both in the Forum and on the Internet! Seem the answer to my question has alot of factors. Washington State does not have a Stop and Identify law per say, but it does have a way around it. It has to do with "Civil Infractions".
According to RCW 7.80.060, which states (copied and pasted from http://apps.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=7.80.060)
Person receiving notice — Identification and detention.
A person who is to receive a notice of civil infraction under RCW 7.80.050 is required to identify himself or herself to the enforcement officer by giving his or her name, address, and date of birth. Upon the request of the officer, the person shall produce reasonable identification, including a driver's license or identicard.
A person who is unable or unwilling to reasonably identify himself or herself to an enforcement officer may be detained for a period of time not longer than is reasonably necessary to identify the person for purposes of issuing a civil infraction.
Each agency authorized to issue civil infractions shall adopt rules on identification and detention of persons committing civil infractions."
So boys and girls what exactly does this mean. Lets look at what a civil infraction is first, which is ironically pretty straight forward. Civil infractions are things such as jay walking, speeding, running a stop sign, and the big one, DISTURBING THE PEACE. So, scenario time, cop pulls by cause of a call that some dude or dudette, le you and me, are "carrying a gun", and they ask me to produce an ID. What do you do?
Here's where we get down to the nitty gritty, unless you "receive a notice of civil infraction under RCW 7.80.050", which the officer has the right to tell you, the same way he/she can say, uh you were speeding here's your hefty ticket, you do not have to show your id. That would be a violation of the 4th amendment. Now, I'm not a lawyer, so do your own digging, but be smart, do your own reading.
Thanks for the assist peeps!
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