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    Default Do I have a modifier problem in this sentence?

    Keeping the status of Ďa law-abiding citizení, which most people would like to do, also puts the victim at a disadvantage in this game of who strikes first, since citizens are law-abiding on the premise that they donít fire at a person first unless the person shows a clear intent on causing grave harm to them.
    If I do, could you revise it so that it sounds better? as always, I appreciate your work.

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    Default Re: Do I have a modifier problem in this sentence?

    Hi,
    I can't see any problems...

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