This is a difficult topic to relate to you. It's large, so when I try to explain too much at once, it seems like a rant. If I attempt to break it into smaller parts, understanding of the one section is clouded by the reader's not comprehending supporting sections. Worse though, is the topic is one that you think that you already know and support, so you're unwilling to objectively concider any alternative. But law itself is a collection of crimes against mankind--and it is so unnecessary.
1. Law has enslaved us and slavery is against our <<true>> human nature.
2. Law causes and commits many crimes. The law shot the students at Virginia Tech: the killer was just the tool the slave society molded.
3. Law lets people sidestep their naturally good consciences: it is an accomplice in many rapes, murders, assaults, etc.
4. Law threatens us worse than a mafia protection racket does: law's police will shake us down and assault us, it's lawyers will bankrupt us and it's media will utterly ruin our careers and reputations...even when we are not guilty.
5. Law steals the hurt/wrong from the victim, and uses it to fuel an adversarial trial farce that nullifies any chance of achieving justice.
6. There are more, but I'll just go with these five.
There is another way and society can thrive under it. I would be happy to discuss this, but I'm taking a cooling off period. I need to concentrate on finishing my next novel. Hopefully, I can also write some pieces that better describe my opinions.