If a person is deprived of food and some other necessities of life and can save itself only committing illegal actions - for example, if the great famine he someone to rob or steal food, which could not get any money, nor as alms, or if a person takes another sword to protect his life - it can not be blamed on the grounds specified earlier. The actions instigator can not be accused of a performer. In addition, when the illegal act committed under the influence of another person, the instigator of actions can not be imputed to the executor, because no one should blame the other in his own act when he is only his instrument. But this illegal act is an offense in relation to a third party affected by this action, because in relation to violations of the law, both as an instigator and performer, are criminals. It follows that if a person or a meeting with the supreme authority, ordered the man to do something violating the law previously published, this action can not be imputed to the executor. For the sovereign can not justly condemn this action, since it is itself a culprit. And that can not be rightly condemned by the sovereign can not be punished by anyone else. In addition, when the sovereign commands make anything contrary to its own law remains, the commandment is the abolition of the law in relation to this single fact.
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