Was I discrimminated against

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    Was I discrimminated against

    I know in California if a crime/offense is committed at the same time by multiple offenders in the presence of an officer, the officer has to treat every subject the same other wise it is discrimination and or harassment. Where can I find this in written form to use in court against a C.H.P Officer who refused to issue tickets to the other two vehicles after we all pulled over as we were all doing the same speed. His radar caught the first vehicle as we rounded a corner the officer had to wait till I passed so he could perform a u-turn and get in behind us. I was the last vehicle and the first and only person he approached and issued a ticket to. The officer even told the second car to leave he will not give the driver a ticket.


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    Who told you that and what were they smoking at the time? The officer will only issue tickets he can testify to. I have also been the odd man out, where the leader was told to hit the road.

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    In this incident he can only give you the speeding ticket if he over crossed it then you can appeal it in the court.