RSMo 544.180. Arrest. — An arrest is made by an actual restraint of the person of the defendant, or by his submission to the custody of the officer, under authority of a warrant or otherwise. The officer must inform the defendant by what authority he acts, and must also show the warrant if required. https://revisor.mo.gov/main/OneSection.aspx?section=544.180&bid=28711&hl=arrest%u2044
"and must also show the warrant if required." The warrant is pretty useless without the affidavit that must be attached. The affidavit gives the facts upon which the warrant was issued. See In re Property Belonging to Talk of the Town Bookstore, Inc., 644 F. 2d 1317, 1318-1319 (CA9 1981)It would not take much to get a cop tossed in the docket for enforcing this, if it is enacted. Cops know, or should know, Terry and Rodriquez legal requirements.
Is there a clear definition of an arrest in KY statutes? MO has such a clear definition.
Senator Stephen Meredith has a degree in hospital management. What's the first thing the hospital asked the patient, name, address, date of birth and SS number. The hospital needs that information to get paid by the government. He is a creature of the government mind think of entitlement.I would say it was public backlash once the bill had a light shined on it.
The ky senate leadership of either party does not wield that much control over senators.
Vote scheduled for next Fiscal Court meeting, Feb. 4th. County Judge will introduce it himself and demand a roll call vote, so everybody has to go on record individually. He told me that he expects a unanimous YES vote. All the work done here by locals and independently of any state group. At the last organizational meeting, 1000 people turned out. County Judge, County Sheriff and all Republican candidates for state office were present. Not one democrat in sight.Your opinion. Your entitled to it of course. Even if it is wrong lol.
You ever get your county to go 2A sanctuary?