My question involves police conduct in the State of: California.... I was stopped on a traffic citation. The CHP was buzzed and had his dark shades on and chewing a mouth full of tobacco. He was spitting out as he was speaking and talking unclear at times. I asked him if he was looking at his radar, he stated yes. I don't understand seeing that he was buzzed and not paying close attention to the right car speeding. I found a law regarding the use of tobacco while on duty -210.64 & 210.65 (No chewing tobacco on duty or in a state vehicle) does this apply to the CHP officeres?
If so, is there a valid proof that the officer was not paying close attention and his estimated judgement on my speed is incorrect.