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Cal Codes: Reference that Infraction With Your iPhone

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If you've ever been out and about and wondered (as surely we all have): "Am I breaking the law if I..." and you are an iPhone user, you might want to make a 99-cent investment in a new app released today called Cal Codes. Also handy for those study law enforcement or law, the Cal Codes app "contains the complete California State Penal code, Vehicle Code and Criminal Code." Go forth, legal eagles, and arm yourself with info on what's a felony, misdemeanor, or infraction in the Golden State.

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