There was a case, unapplicable as it it is in the US, of a driver charged on a parking lot of a hospital in Dallas as he was hurrying trying to get to see his dying mother-in-law. The officer took his time and acted rude and threatened the driver, a Houston Texans running back Ryan Moats, who did not identify himself as an NFL player at the time. Ryan's mother-in-law died while the officer took 13 minutes to read a lecture, threaten the driver, and write a ticket. Dallas Police chief had placed the officer under administrative leave, but the officer resigned shortly after, after issuing an apology about what had happened.
"The more laws, the less justice" - Marcus Tullius Cicero
"The hardest thing to explain is the obvious"
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