Do lawyers break the same law under which they serve?
Should common citizens abide by the land's laws if lawyers break the same laws?
yes, at times they do because some of them knows the loop holes and can convincely do so to sway a judge the way they present their case.
Of course they do. They are just as human than the rest of us and some are driven by greed. We have to remember that lawyers make their living by arguing logically on incorret premises especially if they are defending someone who is guilty.
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