... the idea of a "law abiding citizen" is a fantasy. Everyone has broken some law.
Actually, people have been discovering this and writing about it for decades. And it's not just an American problem; pretty much everywhere in the world, it's not possible for a mere human to follow all the laws.
For lots of explanations of why, you can ask google about "everyone is a criminal" or "no one is innocent". This does get you lots of mere complaints similar to what we've been reading here, but it also turns up a lot of detailed explanations.
It's common for writers to find funny examples of such situations. Thus, some years back, I lived in Florida for a few years, and when this issue came up in the media, one investigator presented a fun local case: The state of Florida has an old law banning "nude bathing", clearly intended to apply to beaches, but not actually saying so. It turns out that the wording of the law covers taking a bath (and quite likely also a shower) in the privacy of your own bathroom. OTOH, if you're in Florida and don't take baths (or showers?), there are a number of public health laws that you can be arrested for violating. Probably nobody has ever been arrested for bathing at home in Florida, but this doesn't change the fact that you could be if some official wanted to make your life difficult for a few days.
In a city where I once lived, a similar story pointed out that there was a local law banning the possession of "gambling instruments" without a license, clearly intended to control unlicensed gambling organizations. If you know any of the various coin-matching games that children sometimes play, or the similar games with paper money, you'll understand that having currency in your pocket makes you in violation of this law. But if you don't have any currency, your local "vagrancy" laws apply, and you can be arrested and held for the maximum legal time on that charge.
There's no shortage of such conflicts in local laws, and usually there are far too many laws on the books for even a trained lawyer to know (much less understand) them all. So no, you're probably not innocent, wherever you live, and you are probably in violation of several laws at this moment, no matter what you are (or aren't) doing.