Statutory Interpretation. Statutory Interpretation. Statutory Interpretation is another way judges make law. This refers to the process which judges interpret the words or phrases in an act of parliament (statute), in order to give the words meaning.
Answer these questions in relation to each of the following cases:
i spitting in a public place but attempting to conceal the action from a passer-by
ii urinating in a graveyard without attempting to conceal the act from anyone passing by
iii a vulgar gesture with two fingers at a wedding
iv a vulgar gesture with two fingers at a rowdy football match.