Good faith is an abstract and comprehensive term that encompasses a sincere belief or motive without any malice or the desire to defraud others. In this incident, it probably was determined by the Tisbury Police, since they were the one the waitress reported to. Again, IMHO, the waitress did the reporting in "Good Faith" and the local PD took her report and decided there was a legitimate threat. Even tho her facts were incorrect, she nor the PD knew that till they followed thru. It was not she that dropped the ball, it was the local PD, who didn't properly follow up and confirm those facts. Would your local PD act upon a red flag because of the hat you were wearing at McDonalds? You tell me. Personally, I doubt very much iffin' it would ever get before any judge. BTW....there are also, at least in my state, severe penalties for folks that make false reports of intended school violence, i.e., bad faith. Now how your state and local PD handles NRA hats, I have no clue.