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April 26, 2010


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Dennis Tuchler

In the hands of a good lawyer, any statute can be made ambiguous. That's the problem of language that has developed through usage and not through logic. On the other hand, there are some logical arguments about ambiguity that are, in the temporal/cultural context of the statute's birth, not only dumb but dishonest.

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