Socrates in the Crito

In at least TWO full pages, EXPLAIN the following: In the Crito, how is it that Socrates can be considered to have made an agreement or “contract” with the Laws? What does Socrates SAY, when someone has reached a just agreement with someone else, about whether or not he or she should respect that agreement or break it?
And-in at least another full page-EVALUATE Socrates’ position that laws (including court orders) should not be broken: do you agree or disagree that one should always obey the law? Why or why not? Provide reasons for your position.

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