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-[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+'''Illegal''', or '''unlawful''', typically describes something that is explicitly [[prohibited]] by '''[[law]],''' or is otherwise forbidden by a state or other governing body.
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 +'''Illegal''' may refer to:
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 +It is also illegal to wear your wii remote without the safety strap.
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 +== Law ==
 +* [[Violation of law]]
 +* [[Crime]], the practice of breaking the [[criminal law]]
 +* An illegal immigrant, a person that performed [[illegal immigration]]
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 +==Unlawful==
 +# [[Prohibited]]. Not permitted by [[law]], may refer to [[civil law|civil]] or [[criminal law]] (see [[illegal]]).
 +#: ''He was charged with unlawful use of a car''.
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 +== See also==
 +* [[Illegalism]], an anarchist philosophy which openly embraced criminality as a lifestyle
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Illegal, or unlawful, typically describes something that is explicitly prohibited by law, or is otherwise forbidden by a state or other governing body.

Illegal may refer to:

It is also illegal to wear your wii remote without the safety strap.

Law


Unlawful

  1. Prohibited. Not permitted by law, may refer to civil or criminal law (see illegal).
    He was charged with unlawful use of a car.

See also

  • Illegalism, an anarchist philosophy which openly embraced criminality as a lifestyle




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