contraband per se

Definition of "contraband per se"
  1. Items or property that, by their very nature, are illegal to own, make, or carry
How to use "contraband per se" in a sentence
  1. The police officer found contraband per se in the vehicle during the traffic stop.
  2. The sale of contraband per se is strictly prohibited under federal law.
  3. The suspect was charged with possession of contraband per se after a routine search.

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