Yes, of course. Of course, sorry. That was the second thing that I was going to say, which is that saying something is a moral obligation and that it should be restricted in law doesn't imply it's exceptionless, and I think there are very, very few moral obligations that are exceptionless. Possibly the obligation not to torture. Very few indeed, actually, though the cases for exceptions will depend on the importance of the particular obligation.
And I think it's also important to really that if you do see in as an exception case where a violation of an obligation is justified -- if you see it as genuinely like that, rather than a case where the obligation has just vanished, then you're still going to need to redress an explanation and things like this to the person whose obligation you're violating.