A part of me would want to, but I'm becoming more conflicted.
The greater law is obedience -- not to mortal law, but to God's law.
If we cannot obey even tyrannical laws (and America now has so many), then we don't have enough humility to obey God's laws. And, let's face it, it's His universe.
I feel this might not be popular, based on the other answers. But our immortality is at stake. Getting it right is too important to me. I'm tired of the repetition: life, death, birth, poopy diapers, zits, growing up, life, death, birth,...
Jesus said, resist not evil. Turn the other cheek. That's a tough one, but then I only have to look at Gandhi to feel the bliss. Or Christ on the Cross, sacrificing it all so that we can reclaim our birthright as children of God.
These bodies are meaningless if we lose our immortal soul. You cannot show a greater love than to give your life for your friends or loved ones. I hope I would do this gladly if the need ever arose.
But breaking the law may be just as bad as being a disobedient slave. And as much as I abhor slavery, I would rather be an obedient slave and give generously, than to be arrogant and free.