OR: Supreme Court Rules Police may not ask if a Person is Armed, without specific cause

Posted: July 13, 2015 in Uncategorized

OR: Supreme Court Rules Police may not ask if a Person is Armed, without specific cause

Gun Watch ^ | 11 July, 2015 | Dean Weingarten

Posted on 7/13/2015, 7:40:21 AM by marktwain

The Oregon Supreme Court has ruled that generic “Officer Safety” is not sufficient to ask people if they are armed.

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In a ruling on July 9th, 2015, the court found that police officers may not simply ask someone if they have a weapon, if there is no good, specific reason. From State v. Jimenez(pdf):……..MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

via OR: Supreme Court Rules Police may not ask if a Person is Armed, without specific cause.

via OR: Supreme Court Rules Police may not ask if a Person is Armed, without specific cause.

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