Recently I've come across a couple of answers that acknowledge what the law is, but then advocate the user to openly break the law (without outlining the repercussions of doing so). For these types of answers, I usually flag them but I usually get the same response:
"flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer"
which is fair, and is a measured response based on Law.SE's rules.
Should flags be used to help the moderators to remove content that openly advocates breaking the law?
(Note: I didn't link the answers for a reason, please don't go looking for them. This is a question about the use of flags, not a way to mob these types of answers)