Law, in laments terms, is a written text entrenched in a different text telling us how to behave. This text must be followed and obeyed. This behavior is then judged then, it is decided on whether or not it is acceptable, and punishment or reward is handed out respectively. This seems very drafted; finely tuned and edited over and over, right? Well, law doesn't expressly say anything about needing to follow it to the fullest. In fact it has conditions on what to do when we can't follow it. This makes it act as more of a construct, not an actual definitive system.