Originally Posted by doppleganger
But it is. You can respond to a legal opinion like this in primarily two ways. First, you can explain why that's not what the law requires on these facts. Of course, that discussion occurs in the realm of "legal understanding" so you'd have to familiarize yourself with legal methodology. Second, you can argue that even if the law makes such a distinction as to allow this result, it shouldn't. If you are afraid to push your way past the law, it will hold you out whether it's "right" or "wrong" to do so.
Before the Law, by Franz Kafka
Thanks for posting that.
I'm not afraid to push my way past the law, I'm just not educated enough at this point to do so. Right now, truthfully, I've got a lot of opinions but very little knowledge of how the law works. I'm totally learning as I go and as such, I imagine my views at some point may be subject to change.