12 Common Laws You Break Every Day

Posted on May 12, 2016

5. Playing Poker at Home

Playing Poker at Home
Photo: playgambo.com
Gambling and betting have been banned in many US states, but what you didn't know is that it's illegal to play poker for money in some states. You could be breaking the law.

6. Not Having a Dog License

Not Having a Dog License
Photo: cityofottumwa.com
A dog license is used to locate dogs easily, and it is becoming more common in the States. In fact, in some places, it is compulsory. If you don't have one for your pet, you could be breaking the law.

7. Driving Without a Seat Belt

Driving Without a Seat Belt
Photo: wboy.images.worldnow.com
This is pretty much illegal everywhere, but many people still do it. Why risk your own safety while also breaking the law?

8. Throwing Out Someone Else's Mail

Throwing Out Someone Else's Mail
Photo: i-predict.fr
If you throw out someone's mail, like the mail that has been addressed to the previous owner of your home, you could get in serious trouble. Tempering with other people's mail is strictly prohibited by law.
Share
Share
12 Common Laws You Break Every Day
You might also like
Comments
Popular
Latest