The conviction was upheld by state courts and eventually reached the Nevada Supreme Court, which ruled by a 4-3 decision that requiring identification during a police investigation “strikes a balance between constitutional protections of privacy and the need to protect police officers and the public.”
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on the case in the next few months.
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