Answer: is fundamentally illegal. – A body of law is supposed to regulate the behaviour of a society and all members therein. A moral rule is supposed to regulate inner behaviour. A priori one has nothing to do with the other, except if you remain in the Old Testament, where this differentiation has not yet been clearly made. Although: of the 10 commandements (actually 12), the first three are principles of moral behaviour, while the following are principles of social organization, even if among them you find for example ‘you will not desire another’s wife’ which is difficult to proof as crime. (Although. – It is true that supposed adultery was proofed at those time with ‘a red cows skin mixture’ which was given to drink to women (?), who, if guilty, became ill of the drink, while those who were not, did not.
To say ‘to break law is immoral’, as such, is like ssaying ‘milk grows on trees’, which is an essential absurdity, except if the principle of moral behaviour is to respect law (Plato), but in that case it is the subjective desire of someone to accept such principle, in which case he for himself becomes ‘immoral’, while it will never be possible to make of it a general rule.