There are many reasons that the society needs laws. Some people don’t understand the meaning of laws. Well guess what you don’t. Why do people waste time to write laws? People should be able to tell between right and wrong. It also depends on what kind of a parson you are.
A good law would not be good if it wasn’t clear enough to the people or it was impossible to follow. And also which would not have any thing, which would go against. A bad law would be that people would not understand it and which would be really hard to follow. Other way of seeing if the law is good or bad is to see what the consequences are. Some are severely bad or the consequences are really good.
People, which come from other societies, have to respect their laws that are in the society. Laws are put in the society to keep it stable and not have chaos around the world. People need to respect the cultural gaffs of that society. Cultural gaffs are that if you nod your head horizontally that means yes and when you nod your nod your head vertically it means no. In this matter people’s opinion does not matter they have to take care of where they are. In some cultures people would let go of your mistakes but that parson has to realize no to do it again.
To make a country a better place is to have laws so people can be better than whom they are now. When society is solving any problem, they have to first set up priority. First the society is not supposed to put emotions in that problem. Meaning that if it’s your brother you will let him go. Emotions make things allot difficult for some laws to be implied to the society. Good laws are no made by emotion instead there made on what’s right.
Without laws society would have allot of chaos. People would not have something to make them stable. That’s why A good law would not be good if it wasn’t clear enough to the people or it was impossible to follow. And In this matter people’s opinion does not matter they have to take care of where...
Cited: What makes a bad law. 15 September 2011. 28 october 2013
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