Does the term “protection” necessitate that it be absolute, 100% protection, or can protection be partial?
- NosehairLv 71 month ago
No, not by law. It was recognized long ago that virtually all concepts such as protection will never be actualized to an absolute 100%. The law will defend and support a "reasonable expectation" of behavior or compliance (in this case protection).
- Anonymous1 month ago
depends on why the word is being used, equal protection under the law means you get 100% the same protections as every one else,
were as reasonable protection can be limited to what a judge belives was a reasonable amount of protection for you to seek
which could be less then full