Nv. ID Case: Could Government Require Name Tags?

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The Supreme Court appeared perplexed yesterday over what to do about a Nevada rancher’s refusal to tell a deputy sheriff his name. “A name itself is a neutral fact” that is neither incriminating nor an undue invasion of privacy, Conrad Hafen, Nevada’s senior deputy attorney general, told the court, the New York Times reported. Attorneys
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