One of the most important needs of today’s societies is people commitment to social rules in different positions they are. When a group of people ignore social rules and norms of the society, the situation is called law-evading. This study was to investigate the sociological factors affecting young people illegality in Borujen. Social factors include responsibility, religious and traditional values, ethics, gender, marital status, education, housing and use of mass media.Dependent variable is young people illegality which is considered as the main concern in the present study; the dependent variable is investigated in relation to every independent variable. The method applied in the present research is survey and questionnaire carried on 376 young people in Borujen. Data analysis is conducted using descriptive and analytical statistics, in a frequency distribution tables, and inferential statistics applying Pearson's correlation coefficient. The results of the research showed that the variables of responsibility, religious and traditional values, social ethics, use of mass media, marital status, housing and education affect young people illegality in a positive way. But according to the findings of the study, it is shown that the gender variable has no effects on the young people illegality.