Quotes on the topic: Law


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The law is agnostic about truth.


Most Americans don't think about antitrust law when they look at their cable bill, flip channels on TV, or worry about what their favorite website knows about them. But they should.


How accurately can the law fix the crime? There has to be a mechanism for very fast action. The law is like this: catch them and punish them.


It's never acceptable to target civilians. It violates the Geneva Accords, it violates the international law of war and it violates all principles of morality.


All women, regardless of her economic status or racial background, have a right to vote, and no politician or regressive law should prevent her from doing so.


I think that one of the most fundamental responsibilities is to give testimony in a court of law, to give it honestly and willingly.


I've written important articles on prevention, on the concept of the preventive state, how the law is moving much more in an area of trying to prevent wrongs than trying to deal with them after they occur. That will be my academic/intellectual legacy.


Antitrust law isn't about protecting competing businesses from each other, it's about protecting competition itself on behalf of the public.


There is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by mob law.


Buddhism has in it no idea of there being a moral law laid down by somekind of cosmic lawgiver.


I never place limits on the potential success of my students. If they're going into acting, they're going to win the Oscar... If they're going into law, they're going to be chief justice.


Law is not a profession at all, but rather a business service station and repair shop.


The law is agnostic about truth. It's very skeptical of ultimate truth. That's why freedom of speech permits lies to be told.


A president who breaks the law is a threat to the very structure of our government.


The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly.


Well you know, all law is about injustice.


For all the tough talk about China during the presidential debates, Romney and Obama evaded any mention of China's suspect human rights record, corruption, and rule of law. By not tackling these controversial topics, the candidates are protecting a strategic partnership with China at the expense of essential human values and beliefs.


It's every lawyer's dream to help shape the law, not just react to it.


When you have the facts on your side, argue the facts. When you have the law on your side, argue the law. When you have neither, holler.


It should be a law for one whole year that all laugh tracks are Seth Rogen. The world would get ever so slightly better.