Yeah.....That doesn't sound like the makings of a great personal statement -- "At least I'm not in jail!" You don't really get bonus points for being a decent person and following the law. I think that maybe you just don't know what your unique story is. I seem to remember that Anna Ivey has a questionnaire that could help you figure out what your "story" is and write about that. The one you used for undergrad is probably not a good choice either.
Maybe you have to approach her about signing on. I didn't use her, but I think that's where I got the questionnaire then. A lot of my friends from high school are on their fourth baby and fifth husbands; I don't deserve a medal for not have 6 abortions before the age of 22. Again, it really just makes it seem like you want credit for doing the things that normal people who go to law school do without "the ethical struggle." I can see if, maybe, you were writing about a grey area but "hey, I decided not to be a crack dealer!" or "I decided not to knife a bully in the cafeteria!" isn't a situation that requires a lot of moral clarification to a law school adcom.
I'd love to join this LGBT club. It's the Legos, Gobots, Barbies, and other Toys group, right? I'll show up with an armful of toys.