lawbreaker lawbreaker  /ˈlɔb ˌreɪ kər/


  • (n) someone who violates the law



  1. During that period, arrangements had to be made for the lawbreaker to find refuge with another king or country.
  2. Prez too was a lawbreaker he was later convicted for embezzlement.
  3. Rule of law separates good citizen from a terrorist or lawbreaker in any society.


  • Can Snowden Stop a Trade Agreement?

    The impact of Edward Snowden’s revelations is broadening in scope. When his initial leaks appeared in late May, they were greeted as a forcing event. Whether one saw Snowden as a patriot or a traitor – he’s certainly a lawbreaker – his revelations appeared to be an ...
    on July 9, 2013     Source: Foreign Policy Blogs


  • "Hole-In-Won made the worst possible choice in victims by scamming the Marines," Blumenthal said. "This company betrayed its promise and dropped the ball when a hole in one happened. The company is an alleged chronic lawbreaker."
    on Jan 13, 2009 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: The Hour

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