does the argument of socrates in crito apply to all cases of breaking the law

(1) Does the argument of Socrates in Crito apply to all cases of breaking the law? Why or why not? and (2) Is it OK to break the law, and if so, when?If you really want to challenge yourself, offer a distinction you see between breaking the law and being immoral. What is the difference, if there is one?As a follow up, respond to one of your fellow students (wait a day after you post your original thread if possible). Your first post should be between 150-250 words, and your reply should be between 75-150.