Is there a legal definition of "that i should know about"?
i know this may seem petty but after watching them get away with murdering philando castile i dont want to give them any excuse to claim they felt their life was in danger, i would much rather them find my gun when im out of the car than to tell them i have it and have them thinking im reaching for it. this is the main reason i dont have a CHL but will my perspective get me in more trouble, is there really something he could have charged me with?
1 attorney answer
He could have charged you with Providing False Information to a police officer. The white line is a frequently used reason to stop. Sometimes, there really is no visible white line, so it's sometimes arguable. Your perspective is likely to cause some issue down the road, but I understand why you have it.