If you're driving on a highway and see an officer writing someone a ticket on the shoulder what do you do?
Louisiana state law says you should switch lanes to a lane not adjacent to the parked car.
But Stenson Baker says he had no idea it was law.
"I normally would do it, because of common courtesy, but being that I wasn't speeding, he wasn't on the side of the street that was nearest me, he was actually on the passenger side of the car he was giving the ticket to prior," says Baker.
Baker was pulled over and ticketed for failure to switch lanes, after he stayed in the right lane while a state trooper was giving someone a ticket.
"Actually, I was sitting there thinking I know this man isn't going to write me a ticket, because of something I wasn't aware of."
Shreveport Police Chief Administrative Officer Bill Goodin says the law is for safety.
"It's all about safety," says Sgt. Goodin. "It's about keeping our public safety professionals safe while they're out there doing their jobs."
He says the law has been on the book for years, and people should know about it.
Drivers I spoke to say they certainly knew about it.
"I think that it's a good law, because it's in the interest of public officials," says Rusty Fisher.
"Well they should enforce it, because they're putting their life on the line to enforce the law and if it's for an ambulance," says Logan Greer. "You should definitely have to move out of the way."
"I try to comply with it 'cause the officers are risking their lives out there," says Jon Carnes.
Baker said some people he asked knew that the law existed, but some didn't and say they just move out of courtesy.
He said that he will pay the $194 ticket, and at least now he knows to help spread the word to other drivers that may not be aware.