Smuggling

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Smuggling

The secretive transportation of goods in violation of law or regulation. For example, one may smuggle drugs or other illegal goods. Alternately, one may smuggle legal goods by taking them to a prohibited area (such as a prison) or by not following applicable rules (such as not paying a tariff).
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The presence, or lack of, state and local law determines whether a location serves as a source area or a market area in the illegal world of trafficking.
A firearms trafficking investigation begins with the recovery of the firearm.
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