1.A later statute takes away the effect of a prior one.
2.Arms and laws do not flourish together.
3.Consent makes law.
4.Custom has the force of law.
5.Customs, religious and philosophies tend to form the basis for a nation's laws.
6.Equity is a correction of common legal rules in their defective parts.
7.Except as otherwise provided by law.
8.Every law has a loop hole.
9.Every law has no atom of strength, as far as no public opinion supports it.
10.In civilized life, law floats in a sea of ethics.
11.It can hardly be taken to be a guarantee that every law shall treat every person the same.
12.Law can never be enforced unless fear supports it.
13.Law does not compel a man to do what he is impossible to perform.
14.Law governs man , reason the law.
15.Law is a pervasive feature of social life that profoundly affects us.
16.Law is a exercise in communication between authority and the public.
17.Law is an ordinance of reason for the common good.
18.Law is an utterance determined by the common consent of the commonwealth.
19.Law is both an instrument of change and a result of changes.
20.Law is established for the benefit of man.
21.Law is law, just or not.
22.Law is mind without reason.
23.Law is order, and good law is good order.
24.Law is the crystalization of the habit and thought of society.
25.Law is the science of what is good and just.
26.Law must be stable and it cannot stand still.
27.Law that is deficient is better than law that is uncertain.
28.Laws are made to prevent the stronger from having the power to do everything.
29.Laws too gentle are seldom obeyed; too severe, seldom executed.
30.No crime without law making it so; no penalty without law making it so.