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How do you say "itself" when referring to a law?

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If you are trying to say: "The criticism of the law is more outrageous than the law itself," HOW DO YOU SAY "ITSELF??"

The online translator gave me 3 different responses:

La crítica de la ley es más escandoalosa que la ley itself. 1. ...la ley sí mismo. 2. ....la ley misma. 3....la ley ella misma.

Which is correct?

THANK YOU!!!

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updated JUL 15, 2010
posted by staract88

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Que la ley misma

updated JUL 15, 2010
posted by adnmiky
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