Law are rules created for people to live together peacefully, although,not all of them seems to be fair and reasonable. Should people resist these prejudice law? And comply only the reasonable one. Well, I strongly disagree with this statement . Judging and choosing law to comply may come up with a society chaos.
I think you should be careful with question here. Generally it's better to use "whether..." instead. In addition, this introduction is somehow confusing. It should be rewritten for example:
"Generally, laws are made for a harmonious and well-regulated society and thus, considered as unbiased rules. However, to some people, there are distorted rules that people need to revenge against, regardless of consequences causing to the whole society. In my opinion, to decide what view to hold requires much speculation. Here I would clarify my reasoning."
Firstly, what is the meaning of unjust law? Well everyone may have their own reasons the clarify which and how it's unjust, in other word there are million thousand reason to classify laws as "unjust". For example Mr. B may think oh according to the traffic regulation, driver must waiting until the traffic light is green before driving is waste of time, so It's unjust law. If these reason are sounded? If I think that it's sound, but you don't. Does that law unjust? As you can see, it's completely unreliable. Moreover, from the previous example, people tends to disobey the law that are making them inconvenient. The result is, everyone obey the rule that benefit them and disobey the rule that don't. In other word, everyone tend to do as they pleased. So, what is the different between having and not having laws in this case?
You can have a more direct discussion by omitting these questions and stating your opinions more clearly. Unjust laws are generally considered as laws contradict to general values or human rights, such as laws inhibiting people from speaking out their opinion freely or laws aiming at controlling freedom of women. For this reason, your example doesn't work since waiting for traffic light turning green is obligatory to maintain safe and smooth driving for the whole community. The second example, in contrast, works quite well in that it represents for "biased law", which in fact benefits for lots of people. One more thing to mention is that using question at the end of paragraph might lower your score since you did not answer those questions.