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An App for Common Laws and Penal Codes that Officers Cite to Intimidate You Into Complying

Updated on December 29, 2021 at the 20th hour
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This reddit post gave me an idea for a free knowledge app. https://www.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/rr78w8/let_me_educate_him/

Funny interaction in my opinion especially since the officer walked away, but since accused did in fact look up the code for "Failure to Identify" and told the officer exactly what the law says, the officer could not in good faith claim he unknowingly thought was the law was.

That brings me to the point of why not create an app that indexes the laws for each state and city (maybe expand globally to the world later) such that one could easily say the penal code to their phone and the app will bring it up an read it so that the officer can no longer claim he acted in good faith.


HMMMMMM! Maybe it is already done, but maybe no marketing for that kind of app, but nevertheless when do I ever stop at someone else did it already? 😁


Turns out, no one is doing it on iOS, so I have doubts it is done on the Play Store meaning! ZING.

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