3 Standing up to authority - but saying no, in a way that put at least one local man behind bars.They asked him to step out several times and he refused to do that as well. 5602 when we get those confrontations, we don't know what we're dealing with 3 3 St. Johns County law enforcement - dealing with a situation which could be tied to a national movement called "Sovereign Citizens." It's something that concerns the men and women with a badge - and something we've seen play out in court here in Jacksonville.Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us LIVE outside the St. Johns County Sheriff's office in St.Augustine. 3 There's a difference between exercising individual rights to disagree - and breaking the law.The man arrested Thursday didn't claim to be a Sovereign Citizen - but his actions sounded like it to deputies. 3 0-520-2530-3554.08 cert'y law enforcement, 3554.08 cert'y 0-520-2530-0-520-2530-3554.08 cert'y law enforcement, for number of years, have ben dealing with individuals at differing belies, believe governorment only has so much control. 5417"> Commander Chuck Mulligan explained some of the circumstances surrounding this week's arrest of this man - Ronny Wayne Stephens.When the Sheriff's office responded to a complaint of suspicious activity - which turned out to be just sitting in a car - Mulligan says the passenger refused to cooperate.TAKE SOT Mulligan TAKE SOT Jeffrey Schmitt / Asst Professor, Florida Coastal School of Law We asked Law School professor Jeff Schmitt about the refusal to cooperate - and specifically, about the national "Sovereign Citizen" movement.TAKE SOT Last summer - Prince Sanders, accused of murdering his girlfriend, disrupted court proceedings to assert that he didn't recognize the authority of the government or the courts.While Stephens didn't use the same words in his incident Thursday - his objection sounded familiar to Mulligan - and others.TAKE SOT I wanted some other input - and contacted the Anti-Defamation League.Their expert in Ohio told me this afternoon - Kent.. These people who don't acknowledge the government's authority--what's their reasoning?