Comment: Reservation of Rights are no longer codified under UCC 1-207

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Reservation of Rights are no longer codified under UCC 1-207

Be very careful using the Uniform Commercial Code in a any action or defense. If you do use the code, in the end U'l See See.

By the way, every state has a Public Law identifying "Lamp Requirements" In Ohio, Arizona and a few other states, an "Operator" is only required to have ONE Stop Lamp.

The actual requirements to "Maintain" your lamps will not be found in the statute or the Officer Hand Book. You must research the Statutes Annotated to get the historical Public Law. In that law you will find the exact wording of what is "Required".

The laws governing the maintenance of "Lamps" can be confusing because there are so many different types of lamps, i.e. tail lamp, stop lamp, marker lamp, head lamp, signal lamp, license plate lamp, etc....

Your state may only require ONE lamp, therefore the Officer had no "Reasonable Articulated Suspicion" that an infraction occurred. No reasonable Suspicion mean no "Probable Cause" and no basis for the stop and detainment of your person.

“That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence.”