Consistency of Legislation

No statute can be constructed, nor continue to stand, which directly contradicts standing and applicable statutes, except that a legislature can repeal and amend laws of its own creation.   No one can be held liable for violating a statute if adherence to that statute would preclude adherence to another standing and applicable statute.

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