Some of you guys are working on different levels here. Remember.... RAS, PC, and then beyond reasonable doubt...
PC she has the pistol in the car. Go to court introduce its not hers it hers husband's he put it there... Then no beyond reasonable doubt dismissed/not guilty etc.etc.
Add: I would submit that if the gun was locked out of her reach then she never had possession. It was being stored in said vehicle. But that's just my take.
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You were asked a direct question by Jeff. Let's hear you say it.
What is your RS or PC.
Now keep in mind RS is a watering down of the constitutions probable cause clause. And that most PC by most cops is watered down and unconstitutional.
Also you cannot tell by mere glance whether or not anyone is "licensed" to carry how they carry so demanding to see papers isn't necessarily lawful.