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Old 09-12-2009, 08:20 PM   #8
bhhamblin
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well whats the difference between state law and state code? there has to be somewhere that says something to the effect of "x law must be enforced in Y fashion" before there can be what was posed above which in the continuation of "x law must be enforced in Y fashion" which would be "x law must be enforced in Y fashion to the extent that the folowing should be allowed in the enforcement of X law.

your example from the UHP is kinda what im looking for which is a statement that lets you know that the law was written to be enforced and that there are no or very few laws which spesfically say within the law that it must be enforced. it will typically give an outline for consequences but will not say that every car must be checked for speed at all times in order to maintain adherence to the law, is that not correct?

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