What bothers me, and I think it's an important thing to care about, is that regulation seems to primarily introduce inefficiencies to each and every one of our everyday lives. The epitome of problematic legalese may in fact be the insistence on a coherent set of laws. Coherence, establishment, and clarity may be effective mechanisms to establish rule of law with intent of better purpose. Higher authority protects the weak.
Higher authority protects the weak. Who choses the higher authority?
Who needs the protection? The weak will not be protected. Higher authority protects the strong.
Higher authority protects the strong. Coherent x-- PREDICTABLE law protects those in power. Does an attorney recommend to do x, y, and z to avoid dealing with whatever mechanisms.
The flailing of some senator punishes the innocent in an insincere attempt to placate the gripes of the vocals.
Intent regardless of law. Intent in the things you do. Intent in the company's actions. Intent in the jury box.
Intent over law. Intent over coherence. Intent over jury.
Conscience - formally illegal; punishable as a disruption of the tyranny of the establishment.