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  • I am confused.

    I know this will get negative comments but I am confused to what law this question is asking. If this is the law of Man, then it is not always right. But if this is the law of God (law of Moses, plus some of Paul's writings), then I should say yes. Too general, I suppose.

  • Definitely the law cannot decide..

    No, the law is not always right
    Definitely the law cannot decide what is right or wrong, because in many cases right or wrong is decided upon many factors. But since many people are living together, the law, which seems sometimes not perfect, should be established and preserved once established in order to prevent chaos whether diverse people are living together.

  • Definitely the law cannot decide..

    No, the law is not always right
    Definitely the law cannot decide what is right or wrong, because in many cases right or wrong is decided upon many factors. But since many people are living together, the law, which seems sometimes not perfect, should be established and preserved once established in order to prevent chaos whether diverse people are living together.

  • No, laws are made by men.

    No, the law is not always right, because the law is only as good as the people who write it. In many countries, such as the Middle East, laws are used to oppress women. They are not good laws simply because they are laws. Laws are not perfect, because they are written by people who are not perfect.

  • God Supersedes Man's Laws

    Man-made laws aren't always right. We can make laws until we're blue in the face and two things will always trump man's feeble attempts to bring order to our chaotic world. Nature and God will always rule over man-made laws. Law and order are one expression of bringing some measure of comfort to our lives, but the law isn't the only answer.

  • No, the law is not always right.

    Definitely the law cannot decide what is right or wrong, because in many cases right or wrong is decided upon many factors. But since many people are living together, the law, which seems sometimes not perfect, should be established and preserved once established in order to prevent chaos whether diverse people are living together.

  • The Law Is Not Always Right

    The advancement of scientific technology has proven that the law is not always right. One such piece of evidence is the fact that DNA has resulted in more than 200 exonerations of wrongly convicted criminals. These men and women were charged with breaking "the law," they went through the legal system, and they were convicted for their "unlawful activities." In all 200 cases, DNA proved that no such "unlawful activities" ever took place, so the law was definitely wrong in these instances. Even if one does not believe in DNA evidence, for whatever nonsensical reason, one cannot deny that human beings are not perfect, human beings created laws; therefore, the law can only as "perfect" as its creators.

  • No, the law is not always right.

    No, I don't believe that the law is always right. There are many instances in which the law doesn't make sense. A recent instance of this was in the news, when an expectant mother had a miscarriage, and her pain was overwhelming. The doctors realized she had a blood infection, but because her miscarried baby still had a heartbeat, the doctors could not perform an abortion, it was illegal. This is just one of many examples in which the law doesn't seem to follow everyday common sense.


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