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False identification conviction upheld (access required)

Appellant’s conviction for providing false identifying information to a police officer is upheld. Despite his argument that he had a consensual encounter with the police, he was “lawfully detained” within the statute’s meaning. Facts Police officers Poindexter and Dooley were dispatched to investigate a complaint that protestors were trespassing on property owned by a company that was ...