Uber can break whatever laws it wants, and it must take the legal responsibility whatever that turns out to be as determined by a court.
This is true, and if they end up in a court of law and in front of a jury of 12 people, those 12 people can decide whatever they want, such as "not guilty".
That is the 4th pillar of our legal system. No matter what the government says, at the end of the day, we're judged by a jury of our peers, not the government.
So Uber should be judged by a jury of other taxi companies?