Does a citizen have an obligation to obey the will of the State if it goes against the individual's will? The only obligation anyone has is to do what they think is right. When laws are broken, consequences are inevitable. Obeying the law is every citizen's duty, but if a law is seen as unjust then a citizen might choose to disobey the law or take direct action to try and change the law. This
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in the right direction. Laws are set in society for the benefit of its constituents. Humans write the laws, so they may be fallible. Error is something that comes along with being human. Humans make bad decisions sometimes and in a government by the people, the people's will ultimately decides what is or is not just. The good decisions humans make are the ones that often come from listening to yourself and no one else.