Illinois Stop and ID?

Discussion in 'Strategy, Tactics, Tools and Communication' started by JamBone, Nov 22, 2017.

  1. JamBone

    JamBone New Member

    Hello,

    I've done a little digging around and I seem to be stuck in a revovling door with my research on this matter. Some sites say it is and I have to identify and others say not its not, so my question is. Is Illinois a Stop and ID state? and if it is not, what is the code for reference when stopped by law enforment and asked or demanded that I ID myself?

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. JamBone

    JamBone New Member

    Ok sorry for the wasted thread! I have found the answers I was looking for.
     
  3. kBrem

    kBrem New Member

    No, you do not have to carry identification in Illinois unless you are driving. But the issue becomes....they're probably going to be in the process you were suspected of some sort of crime, whether real or just whatever they can use as an excuse. Ultimately, if they want to find out who you are, they'll do so anyway. So , your mileage my vary, but I'd just show the ID and then if you're questioned or arrested, do not speak until you have an attorney .
     

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