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Officers lacked probable cause to arrest man (access required)

Although a man being served with an emergency protective order refused to provide his driver’s license or other personal descriptors to the police, the police lacked probable cause to arrest him for obstruction of justice. While the officers could ask for this information, the man was under no obligation to provide it. Background Tony McKenna, the pro ...