TFred wrote:I haven't read the info posted at the links you provided. But, I don't think it will affect things much. The US Supreme Court already approved S & I (stop-and-identify) statutes that meet the criteria the court wanted.SNIP I wonder if this might have any affect on Stop and Identify laws, or sterile open carry?
See Hiibel vs 6th Judicial Court. The court lays out its rationale and so forth forS & Istatutes. Since it basically relates to criminal matters, I kinda doubt the court is going to reverse or modify. Especially since the criteria for S & I statutes are carefully woven into 4A doctrine about reasonable suspicion.
See also the cases cited within Hiibel--Kolender v Lawson, and Brown v Texas.