Re: [Wikipedia-l] UK Censorship
by DESLIPPE, MICHAEL CIV DCMA CIV DFAS
For the purpose of this argument, there is not a difference. The soverign can choose when and how its will is exercised without ever implying acceptance. There are cases in contract law and civil law where that may by true, but it is never true in criminal law.
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2008/12/9 DESLIPPE, MICHAEL CIV DCMA CIV DFAS <MICHAEL.DESLIPPE(a)dfas.mil>:
> Have you ever exceeded the speed limit in your automobile and not been charged? Does that mean it's OK?
There is a difference between not being caught and the police knowing
something is going on and choosing not to do anything about it.
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