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Scofflaw

English term indicating a person who openly defies the law, especially with regards to laws that are difficult to enforce. The word was coined between 1920 and 1933, during the Prohibition years in the United States, and referred to the violation of the alcohol ban during those years. It successively gained wider application as a general term for flouting the law.

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