Drug trafficking- Includes trafficking, sales, distribution, possession with intent to distribute or sell, manufacturing, and smuggling of controlled substances. Does not include possession of controlled substances.
So basically it's under some kind of control.
However, I think it means the same thing...
Trafficking is a very wide term which includes all related activities, such as manufacture, import, export, distribution, and sale or exploitation of controlled goods (or people), or possession of them with a view to conducting any of these activities (which is different to possession for one's own use or consumption). So trafficking refers to things which might be considered as part of conducting certain types of illegal business, in this case in narcotics, although the term covers a variety of illegal trades such as human trafficking, and even human organ trafficking.
As another example, illegal arms dealing is termed gun trafficking under American law, while the ferrying and/or smuggling aspect of trading in guns would normally be termed gun smuggling or gun running.
Smuggling is a far more specific term for the illegal import/export of any kind of items. More accurately, to smuggle is to secretly and illegally move goods across country borders (without paying customs duties where it applies). It is one aspect of trafficking, although you can smuggle something (or someone) across borders without necessarily being involved in trafficking.
For a more detailed break-down of the differences associated with human trafficking take a look at the ICMPD related link below.
Drug "trafficking" means that you are charged as a "commercial-style distributor"; that is, you deal in amounts greater than that for personal use. "Interstate drug trafficking" means that you are charged as a drug dealer who transports illegal drugs from state to state.
Nothing really. One sells the people to work in the trade. These are often minor females who are abused and raped.
Restricted drugs are similar to narcotics in that they cannot legally be in a person's possession without a prescription, and so unlawful possession is an offence. Controlled drugs is the maximum sentence provided for trafficking or possession for that purpose of trafficking in a restricted drugs the same as that provided for controlled drugs as well.
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