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RyanUnited May 28th, 2018 5:12pm

Someone who breaks one law is likely to break another

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WeightlessWings District of Columbia
05/28/18 10:18 am

Really depends on the type of law you're talking about.

CrazDab Florida
05/28/18 10:16 am

Nobody robs a bank just once.

ctskapski x
05/28/18 2:52 pm

Context matters far too much for me to agree.

youngliberty California
05/28/18 4:27 pm

People break the law constantly when they drive.

RyanUnited Be the Change
05/28/18 10:31 am

Any. Could be shoplifting or jaywalking to robbery or murder.

knetzere Illinois
05/28/18 11:35 am

Breaks a law with intent and malice then maybe.

Noses over 55 absentmindedly probably not an indicator

WeightlessWings District of Columbia
05/28/18 10:33 am

Then agree, but only because almost everyone breaks the law in some form on a daily basis not because you're more likely to continue breaking the law just because you broke it before.