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If a person has violated a requirement that is not required in the CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) as it is optional/discretionary, can that person be found to have violated Federal law?

The word law would indicate something compulsory. How do courts decide on such a case?

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    You can merge your accounts. But if there's something in the CFR that isn't required, it's not a requirement, is it?
    – phoog
    Jun 19 at 6:31
  • I don't see anything unclear now that "CFR" has been properly expanded. I also don't see any multiple questions. I think this question should be promptly reopened. Jun 19 at 16:24
  • @phoog Out of interest, how do you conclude that user45551 and nyls_student are duplicate accounts?
    – Rick
    Jun 20 at 8:16
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    @Rick the default profile image is derived from user profile data: meta.stackexchange.com/search?q=Gravatar The two accounts have the same profile image.
    – phoog
    Jun 20 at 9:13
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    @phoog Every day is a learning day! Voted to re-open
    – Rick
    Jun 20 at 10:13

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