prohibited articles

See: contraband
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The couple admitted charges of conveying prohibited articles into prison.
Walch and Dunn admitted conspiracy to convey prohibited articles and got 41/2 years and four years and two months respectively.
She also admitted conveying prohibited articles into a prison.
Eran Cutliffe, senior crown prosecutor with the West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service's Complex Casework Unit, said: "I have advised West Mercia Police to charge nine men and two women with various counts of conspiring to convey prohibited articles and conspiring to supply psychoactive substances into a number of prisons in the West Midlands during the period July 2015 to January 2017.
said plane passengers could dispose of prohibited articles, including bullets kept either as talismans or souvenirs, with no questions asked.
There can be no conviction unless the prosecution shows that the accused knowingly possessed the prohibited articles in his person or that the animus possidendi (intent to possess or malevolent intent to use) is shown to be present together with his possession of such article," the prosecutor said adding that a "bullet is a harmless article without the corresponding gun or firearm to fire it.
Paul Mount, of HMP Full Sutton in Yorkshire, was charged with three counts of conspiracy to convey prohibited articles into prison (cannabis, steroids and a mobile phone).
For the first time, travellers would be asked to specifically declare any prohibited articles, gold jewellery ( over free allowance), gold bullion and Indian currency exceeding ` 10,000 in the new form, the officials added.
For the first time, travellers would be asked to specifically declare any prohibited articles, gold jewellery (over and above the free allowance), gold bullion and Indian currency exceeding Rs10,000 in the new form, the notification says.
The 33-year-old, of Heol Las Close, Birchgrove, Swansea, pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiring with others to take prohibited articles into the jail between last January and June.
ICAO endorses calling for the strengthening of security screening procedures, enhancement of human factors and utilization of modern technologies to detect prohibited articles and support of research and development of technology for the detection of explosives, weapons and prohibited articles in order to prevent acts of unlawful interference.