Apple insists that they didn't skirt the law - and that what they did was within the letter of the law
But the police are entitled to uphold the letter of the law
if they so wish, so be warned drivers and keep to the limits at all times.
There could be legal problems for small businesses who do not realise they could be contravening the letter of the law
in any of three ways: by the use of specific words, by the use of specific images, and by promoting activities and events on materials that already include brand logos of non-official sponsors.
REFEREES have to stick to the letter of the law
, otherwise they get marked down by the dreaded assessors, but I do wish they were allowed a little latitude at times.
According to the Facebook post: "Let me state emphatically, everything has been followed to the letter of the law
by myself and the employees of The Farrah Fawcett Foundation.
Perhaps they created those holes on purpose to be able bypass the letter of the law
do things their own way.
The two boys sent off are not malicious guys but by the letter of the law
the probably had to go.
Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, said today: "You cannot follow the letter of the law
when it comes to immigration because we are dealing with individual human beings not commodities.
Justice Secretary Mr Straw said: "Whether these arrangements are within the letter of the law
they are plainly not transparent.
In contrast to the police department's interpretation of Georgia law, which emphasized the spirit and intention of the law, Gwinnet County District Attorney Danny Porter seems to be interpreting the law according to a narrowly defined letter of the law
Who's got the judge and did she bring trouble on herself by sticking to the letter of the law
in refusing to reveal the alleged killer's string of past convictions?
We strongly support robust funding for these programs and are hopeful that the Department of Energy observes the spirit and letter of the law
by requesting full funding for these programs as the department submits its budget for the 2007 fiscal year.
One, by Phillip Rutledge (Sad that tolerance should stand above God's word), speaks of political correctness coming above the word of God; the other, by Shirley Geigen-Miller (On the radar screen), speaks of Jesus' impatience with those who would put the letter of the law
above love for human beings.
While the letter of the law
is rigorously applied to long-term visitors and intended immigrants, it's only sporadically enforced for tourists, according to the online AIDS resource Aegis.
There is suspicion that Maryland is circumventing Title IX's purpose by conforming to the letter of the law
but not its spirit.