What if a citizen does not accept all laws?
Are there exceptions, when it's not reasonable?
Or are laws so "well-developed" so that one should believe in their rationality without questioning?
Enforcement is of course quite hard quality, but this doesn't take in account, whether it's "individually rational". Intuitively any law can be enforced, but it doesn't necessarily appeal justified for all.
A particular example of such domain would be ideas about restricting speech.