Law Student Tells Police Officer His Rights


A law student walking down the street visibly carrying a gun, in an open carry state, was stopped by a police officer. The officer took the gun from the student and asked for identification.

The student refused to give identification and asked if he was suspected of committing a crime. The officer said he was not, that people were calling about a guy walking around with a gun.

The student, who was very knowledgeable of his legal rights, said without being suspected of committing a crime, the officer had no right to take his gun from him, detain him and request identification.

After the officer’s supervisor arrived at the scene, the student was given his gun back, without having to present any identification, and allowed to go.

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