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Q: What are the requirements in Arkansas for a pedestrian or a passanger in a traffic stop to id

If there is no law violation just walking down the street or being the passanger during a traffic stop.

I have been asked to id as a passanger and I can see no need to id other than the curiosity of the officer.

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Q: Are code enforcement officers subject to the same restrictions placed on other officers, such as warrant requirements?

We have a code enforcement officer who has been charged and settled out of court for violating a plaintiff's 1st, 4th amendment rights while employed by another city. He continues to do these things now, claiming he cannot be trespassed, that he does not need a warrant to gather evidence from... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Election Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Municipal Law for Arkansas on
Q: In a Mayor, Council form of government what are the rules for removal of a mayor or alderman from office?
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Aug 23, 2016

Look at your city charter or similar document for starters.

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