The context of the situation is important in determining if a person committed obstruction by way of not providing truthful identification. In some cases, the providing of identification may prove irrelevant to the case, so the police officer had no right to ask for a person’s identification to begin with.

Otherwise, if legal identification is necessary for the case, then the failure to present it could still be considered obstruction.

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