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Steiker goes far beyond the deontological imperative against treating people merely as a means; (51) she comes close to saying that it is always morally impermissible to consider consequences in choosing criminal punishments--a view that would bar deterrence-based justifications for the issuance of parking tickets.
While one would be initially positioned at the North Pole, as in first case of the riddle, the deontological imperative would be absolute, for one has no other choice of a starting point.
But because nonreporting is a technical violation of the law even though universally practiced, under the deontological imperative it is unethical.