I'll be honest, the more crap I deal with and see the more I start to develop opinions on which laws I like and don't like.
We can't get a gang member charged after he shoots into a crowd because no one will come forward and testify even if we know who did it. But I can get an easy conviction on a personal trainer with gear in his car? One crime kills people. The other spreads gains and possibly bad advice.
Which is more important? The schoolboy answer is both. The personal feelings vary when working those cases.
Sometimes I think we should be encouraged to juice (unless you're already an asshole). Which would perform better: The current morbidly obese guy who does the least amount of work possible or a jacked guy with confidence? I feel the same about our military personnel.
Don't get me wrong, I still uphold our laws in a professional manner. Some days you leave the jail smiling ear to ear after booking someone and others you kind of feel like crap because of the circumstances.