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Old 02-10-2013, 21:18   #6
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Originally Posted by Texas357 View Post
So, he volunteered to be a test case?

What was the reason fo him being stopped in the first place?
This was an arrest from 2011. So there are two ways that it could be looked at:

It's a prior offense, before the 7th Circuit ruling, so no-go.

Or, even though it was ruled unconstitutional in Dec 2012, it was ALWAYS unconstitutional, and so every charge and/or conviction under these laws will need to be reviewed and overturned.

That second option could be messy if/when people start suing the state. The state is broke as it is.
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