This country has such a convoluted legal structure that both the person reading this and the person writing this are both likely guilty of crimes they are completely unaware of.
The tax code alone is over 30,000 pages. …Ignorance of the law is not considered to be a legal defense, but the manner in which the law is written and the enumeration of laws is criminal in, and of, itself.
Ask yourself this, how can ignorance of the law not be considered a legal defense when the law is so complex and convoluted that you are almost required to have, and entitled to a legal technician to ferry you through its dark and labyrinthine tunnels?
How can both be true at the same time? How is it just to claim that ignorance of the law is not a defense, yet at the same time tacitly admit that matters of law are so complex that a legal doctor is needed to successfully plead your case?
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