When the code collide whether it's rule 1 vs 3 or 2 or 3vs 4 or whatever, someone always brings up the purely logicician's argument which ignores reality.
People aren't robots, the world is not simply black and white. The underlying assumption that one needs to realize about the code is that it's for a system where imperfect humans exist, so the set of rules needs to build in resiliance and backups and erroring on the side of caution when rules are not followed.
So car and traffic analogy goes here. Obviously, the traffic laws are far more and cover every single scenario, so if they were all followed that set of code everything would run perfectly.
Yet in reality, accidents and fatalities are so commonplace that they are mentioned just in passing about how your commute home is going to be delayed, and no empathy humanistic response that people just DIED. Aliens would look down on this and say it's insane that 50,000 of your people just die in cars every year. It would be like how humans view lemmings or buffalo unintelligent beasts for stampeding off of cliffs for no reason.
Pedestrians have the right of way, yet a Parent would be labelled insane if they just instructed their children to just run into the street as the cars by law are supposed to stop for kids. And if you saw said kid run out into the street and cars just panic stop to avoid them, you'd tell that kid hey you should look both ways you can't always count on cars to stop because they don't want to kill you. Nobody should judge you for that, although said kid may also throw back in your face, mind your own business.
If you've said your peace, move on with your life. it's not it's not your job to save everyone unless you're ski patrol..