ANY CALIFORNIA Law Enforcement Officers here?Submitted by juliusbragg on Fri, 05/29/2009 - 21:49
I have a few questions regarding the CVC and its applicability.
Im wondering if you are informed that the California Vehicle Code ONLY applies to State and Local Govt. Employees??
This is because the STATE OF CALIFORNIA is a corporation (Standard and Poors Corporation Index), and therefore may only make rules that apply to the employees of that corporation.
This is true of ALL corporations.
GM for example, cant make their employee handbook apply to non employees.
The proof is found in CVC 21052, CVC 4155, CVC 17459, CVC 17460, CVC 12801.5(e)
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