Civics

Those who abide by the law are considered as criminals.


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False


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Every country has its own legal system, where there are laws made by the country. Every citizen is required to abide by the law prevailing in one's country. Persons who do not abide by the law and whose behaviour is out of law or illegal are criminals. The rest who follow the law sincerely are known as 'law-abiding citizens'. The nation expects the law-abiding behaviour from the citizens for whose well-being laws are being made.
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