How are laws different from ethics? A. Unethical behavior does does not have consequences whereas illegal behavior does have consequences B. Ethics involve ambiguities whereas laws do not contain any ambiguities or gray areas. C. Ethics are a belief system whereas laws are written rules that support accepted ethical behavior D. Ethics are a written code of expected behavior whereas laws are loosely accepted social norms.
The answer is A. Explanation: Ethics are social guidlines based on moral principles and values. Ethics do not have punishments, fines or associated penalties when people fail to abide by them while laws do. Whereas when laws and regulations are violated they have specific penalties and consequences.