"A bad liar is a bad lawyer indeed", or so the saying goes. This move towards probabilistic outcomes is systematic of the pendulum going too far. There is still room for ethics grounded in virtue. The law of the land should reflect this.
Geometric analogies aside, the wisdom of assigning rigidity to models of human governance and conduct is problematic. The "anti-fragility" of non-Gaussian models of probabilities should be counterfactual to the protective projects under the bell curve.