Lets see if Tucker wants a swing at the ball before I answer fully.
I'm hardly claiming to be an expert. I have been in the security business before. As a unarmed security guard, a security supervisor, an executive bodyguard and bouncer. I also owned a 'small change' security company. However what we really need for this discussion is a prosecutor, a civil attorney or a cop. Just wanted to be clear that I'm just poking sticks at the 'problem' in the dark here. I mention this because someone could easily pop up and say, "I'm a lawyer and your full of crap." and everyone will realize I am indeed full of crap or rather opinions. Laws vary from state to state so what I'm accustomed to may not be a particular states laws or the laws could have changed. I've been out of the security business for a long time now.
Thanks for the reply, we now have something to sink into.