Thought (2)



If the law does not admit ignorance,
then it is a right of every citizen
that every law be understandable
without the necessity of a degree in Law.

Dario de Judicibus, Rome, October 8th, 2005

Translations

  • Se la Legge non ammette ignoranza allora è diritto di ogni cittadino che ogni legge sia comprensibile senza che sia necessaria una Laurea in Giurisprudenza.

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