Oh you dashing rogue and your willingness to break the law you.
If Guy were a better detective, he would have caught himself by now.
Also, there is an interesting exclusivity going on between magic and (Magilante) technology: It looks like some states use magic and ban technology, and some use technology and ban magic. Not much appetite for just making the best use of both of them.
I guess the Veda project might be going in that direction since they had the radios as well as using magic.
...Call me crazy but I don't think Guy "accidentally" does ANY rule shirking. Rather, I think the rule shirking may possibly be a conscious, deliberate, willful and intentional part of cultivating his image as a dashing rogue... obviously for the ulterior purpose of charming the pants off of us all.
On a not-quite-completely unrelated note; throwing your underwear at the image of Guy at your screen while screaming like a cheerleader DOES NOT actually get you laid... I now know this from experience.
A detective breaking the law...
Never change Guy
"Hey, just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand." - Homer Simpson, April 25, 1991
"You're a loose Cannon Guy, but a damn fine cop"...eh, possibly.
"Accidentally". Sure. Uh-uh. Yeah. That's about as believable as you being not informed on what Pablo's reminding you on, there.
I wonder how you accidentally bring contraband while knowing full well that what you're bringing is contraband.
@SilentWrangler by thinking you left it at home only to find it in your pocket ten feet from the security checkpoint. Guy was no accident though.