Boo! DoJ Rules, Law Open To Context Of Times

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    Are we always a nation of laws, or are we a nation of laws depending on the context of the times in which the law is being interpreted?

    For me the above are rhetorical questions, since I aready have an opinion on the matter. I am wondering what others think.

    Below is an example of a decision the Department of Justice has just handed down about lawyers in it's own dept.

    According to the DoJ Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR/ethics office), two lawyers...
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    Oh, did I forget to mention the context of the isuue at hand?
     
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    hmmm, it appears that...
     
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