Meaning of there's no law against it in English:

there's no law against it

phrase

informal
  • Said to assert that one is doing nothing wrong, especially in response to an actual or implied criticism.

    • ‘I can laugh, can't I? There's no law against it’
    • ‘Calling electors - of course, there's no law against it.’
    • ‘We can still be friends Andi, there's no law against it.’
    • ‘I mean, it's perfectly legal, there's no law against it.’
    • ‘Even though there's no law against it, you may be interrogated the next time you snap a picture of the Empire State Building.’
    • ‘I can't say it's criminal, because there's no law against it, but it's certainly immoral.’