This is a hard case–hard not in the sense that it is legally difficult or tough to crack, but in the sense that it requires us * * * to deny relief to a plaintiff for whom we have considerable sympathy. — Recreation Law

We do what we must, for ‘it is the duty of all courts of justice to take care, for the general good of the community, that hard cases do not make bad law. Roy v. The State of Rhode Island et al., 139 A.3d 480; 2016 R.I. LEXIS 88 State: Rhode Island, Supreme Court of […]

via This is a hard case–hard not in the sense that it is legally difficult or tough to crack, but in the sense that it requires us * * * to deny relief to a plaintiff for whom we have considerable sympathy. — Recreation Law

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