We interpret things routinely. You will read this and try to figure out what I tried to say, respond to it and I will then post that you misinterpreted everything I wrote and start a flame warâ¦
The same is true with law, the defendant and the claimant interpret the law to be in their favor, the judge adjudicates the case based on his interpretation of what the law says and what was demonstrated by each party.
Some parts of the law are straightforward, if after a violent incident between people there is a dead body, you can be sure it is homicide. Then you can argue whether it was manslaughter (an accident) or first degree murder (intentional), depending on who's paying you.
Now, the right to bear arms... It is not clear at all. Does it include automatic assault weapons? How about howitzers? Switchblades? Nuclear warheads? It does NOT enumerate what kind of arms and thus, it is quite open to interpretation.