47 min

Episode 65: I'd Like To See Some "ID‪"‬ Crime Time: With Virginia Defense Attorneys

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Do you really have to show your ID when police ask you to give it to them?  As with many attorney responses, the answer is "it depends."  In this episode we welcome a friend and fellow defense attorney Kaveh Noorishad (also known as the "Persian Powerhouse").  We get into a lively discussion while we talk about some local statutes in various counties in Virginia as well as some case law that address this very issue.  If you are curious about what you should do when you encounter an officer who is asking for you ID, we are hoping this episode helps explain what Virginia law requires, what we recommend, and the consequences you face if you do not comply with what the law requires.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:

If you are listening to this podcast, thank you!  We sincerely hope you are listening to this podcast for its entertainment value and not with the intention of acquiring legal advice for any individual case or situation.  I mean, come on! You wouldn’t take advice from someone you have never met or spoken to directly, right?   If you were bleeding profusely, you wouldn’t listen to a podcast in hopes of a bandage somehow materializing over the internet and onto your 3D printer.  Seeking actual legal advice can be just as important as a tourniquet.  The hosts of this podcast are in no way intending to create an attorney-client relationship with any listener.  Sorry.  We are sure you all are great people but we cannot stress enough how little we know of you and your case and rather than risk an awkward moment, let us just remember we have never met.  Nothing on this platform be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation!  We are just a group of friends with differing opinions and viewpoints which we will try to explore through discussions of current events, law changes, and whatever else floats our fancy.  

Do you really have to show your ID when police ask you to give it to them?  As with many attorney responses, the answer is "it depends."  In this episode we welcome a friend and fellow defense attorney Kaveh Noorishad (also known as the "Persian Powerhouse").  We get into a lively discussion while we talk about some local statutes in various counties in Virginia as well as some case law that address this very issue.  If you are curious about what you should do when you encounter an officer who is asking for you ID, we are hoping this episode helps explain what Virginia law requires, what we recommend, and the consequences you face if you do not comply with what the law requires.

LEGAL DISCLAIMER:

If you are listening to this podcast, thank you!  We sincerely hope you are listening to this podcast for its entertainment value and not with the intention of acquiring legal advice for any individual case or situation.  I mean, come on! You wouldn’t take advice from someone you have never met or spoken to directly, right?   If you were bleeding profusely, you wouldn’t listen to a podcast in hopes of a bandage somehow materializing over the internet and onto your 3D printer.  Seeking actual legal advice can be just as important as a tourniquet.  The hosts of this podcast are in no way intending to create an attorney-client relationship with any listener.  Sorry.  We are sure you all are great people but we cannot stress enough how little we know of you and your case and rather than risk an awkward moment, let us just remember we have never met.  Nothing on this platform be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation!  We are just a group of friends with differing opinions and viewpoints which we will try to explore through discussions of current events, law changes, and whatever else floats our fancy.  

47 min

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