But we are also aware that if actual law is not on our side, human law is for us, natural law, the law of common-sense and conscience, which is no less binding upon every noble and honest man—that is, every man of sane judgment—because it is not to be found in miserable legal codes.
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There is much disagreement about natural laws, but everyone can agree that the concept was vital to the creation of the Bill of Rights.
All this was inviolable, like any set of natural laws.