You dirty, rotten, little law breaker, you! OK, so we all break the law in minor ways, and this quiz is going to show you how. By the time you ace this, you're going to not feel so guilty anymore.
In all three of these states, you can actually be cited for driving too slowly. The list includes Alaska and Hawaii, among others.
If you take more than 5 minutes in the voting booth in Alabama, you're breaking the law. Hurry up and make a decision!
It's technically illegal to connect to unsecured Wi-Fi. This is according to the vague phrasing in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
Technically, it's illegal to sing these songs in public due to copyright infringement. The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) once sued the Girl Scouts for a situation involving the Macarena.
Technically, using the internet to download a movie that is copyright protected is a violation of federal copyright law. Movie theft costs the business billions every year.
It's painfully true that it can be illegal to play poker for money in your home. This is the case in Mississippi, which forbids all gambling.
OK, we all have to admit that we speed from time to time. Unfortunately, this is the most common kind of minor crime that we all commit.
33 states have a seatbelt enforcement law. That means that you can be ticketed for not wearing it. Buckle up, friends.
Only 12 states completely ban the use of handheld cellphones while driving. That being said, you know that we ALL use our phones while driving. DANGEROUS.
Underage drinking is quite common in our country. In 2012, 12.9% of young people between 12 and 17 reported drinking alcohol.
It's true that the states can set their own minimum drinking ages. However, Congress gives them tax incentives to keep young people from drinking.
It's true that in many states parents can give alcohol to their children who are younger than 21. But parents can still face charges such as negligence and child abuse.
In very few states will you be arrested for just being high. But you do have a problem on your hands if they find the weed on you. Check your state laws and know your rights.
To date, 29 states have legalized marijuana for at least medicinal use. This list does not include D.C., which has also legalized it.
Now we're getting to the nitty gritty. It's illegal to go to the bathroom outside. Please, spare us all.
Yep, only Oregon kind of allows it. It's only outlawed "with the intent of arousing sexual desire." No threat of that.
This is a true story. Some poor guy was arrested in Virginia for having a naked breakfast in his kitchen. Passersby could see him clearly.
It's technically illegal to not update your driver's license when you move to a new state. You can be ticketed or penalized.
We all know that it's illegal to share our prescription medication, but we all do it. In fact, 60% of prescription drugs are shared with friends and family.
You're breaking the law if you don't have a license for your dog. Come on, people. It only takes a few minutes to do.
It's perfectly legal to sashay across the street, as long as the light is green. Jaywalking is against the law and some states fine you for it.
We all consider ourselves law-abiding citizens. That being said, on average, we each commit about 7 crimes a week.
All of these are minor crimes that so many of us commit. Texting or talking while driving is another common one.
There's a good chance that you've been eating or drinking while driving. Or eating and drinking in places where there's a big sign that says "No Eating or Drinking."
One of the main reasons why we commit minor crimes is because we see everyone else doing it. What could be the harm in it?
And here's where things get interesting. It's never legal to have sex in public. Luckily you, Quiz Taker, have never done that. Right?
Yep, you need to admit that you drive through red lights. But that's only late at night when there's no one around.
When that darn headlight goes out, and you don't fix it, you're breaking the law. Just get it fixed for crying out loud.
Discarding cigarette butts on the ground is littering. Just give up on smoking completely and do yourself a favor.
Many Americans are guilty of not cleaning up after their dogs. It's important to pick up the poop!
It's also illegal to smoke in many public places. But let's be honest, many people do it anyway.
Many Americans have things illegally. These include firearms, illegal pets and substances.
For various reasons, we lie about our children's age. This is common in a situation where you can get a discount if they're younger.
Although it's difficult to bring furniture home from the office, taking stationery is quite easy. In most cases, this is considered stealing.
Simply not returning a library book is illegal. So is throwing trash in your neighbor's bin.