If you break the law during lockdown will you go to court?

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  • susan
    Lv 7
    3 days ago
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    It depends where you live, but the best thing to do is not break the law.

  • 1 day ago

    It totally depends on what law you brake; Murder yes you will go to court.  The "lockdown" seems to be treated very differently so I would suggest it depends on the crime and where you live.

  • 2 days ago

    Which law have you thought of breaking...???  The Court is still open for you if you want attention during this lockdown depending on your location...   surely...

  • 3 days ago

    Probably. I love seeing these butt-hurt Trumpers posting their nonsense. Quite amusing, actually

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  • 3 days ago

    CONTESTED "president-elect" Joe Biden confidently boasted days after Election Day 2020, that he'd aggressively and immediately mandate force ALL Americans to publicly wear face masks AND cover ALL of America under a COVID-19 lockdown ( which WILL irreparably damage the U.S. economy--and set up America for Socialist economic indoctrination ). Imagine what happens when you defiantly refuse to pay off several traffic tickets--which in some states, are held as being WARRANTS flagged against a violator.And you know what happens to people who VIOLATE a WARRANT........And ol' Joe wants these oppressive law mandates enforced NOT for public safety--he wants them enforced......so state counties CAN monetarily PROFIT from the violators they don't just throw in jail.CONTESTED "president-elect" Biden will make sure many of his corrupt cronies in Corporate America and Congress all get "warmly well taken care of", with the PROFITABLE gifts from violators of the public wear face mask mandate. 

  • donnie
    Lv 6
    3 days ago

    I would hope so 

  • Anonymous
    3 days ago

    Where I live people have been jailed for a month or more for breaking Covid laws.

  • ennui
    Lv 7
    3 days ago

    Yes. You might go to jail, too.

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