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If judges interpret the law, does that mean they are law makers?
The Bible says in Ezra 7, 11: "Now this is the copy of the decree which King Artaxerxes gave to Ezra the priest, the scribe, learned in the words of the commandments of the LORD and His statutes to Israel". The scribed, have always been important figures in a state knowing the law and possessing power by explaining to man what God meant in his words.
As first year law students learn Common Law finds its sources amongst others in cases and statutes. So by the very definition of law, cases are part of law. As judges are the originators of cases they do in fact contribute to the law. Thus th…
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